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A final report of Michigan's effort to implement evidence-based environmental strategies to reduce underage drinking and alcohol-related traffic crash deaths:

In 2004, BSAAS received a Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) five-year incentive grant of $11.75M ($2.3M annually) to meet the following federal goals: 1) Build prevention capacity and infrastructure at state and community levels; 2) Prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse, including childhood and underage drinking; and 3) Reduce substance abuse-related problems in communities.

SPF modelAssessment Evaluation Capacity Implementation Planning


- Document the process and outcomes of implementation.Evaluation: Step 5
- Put strategies into action;Implementation: Step 4
- Develop strategies for communication and service coordination;Planning: Step 3
- Improve abilities to deliver substance abuse services;Capacity: Step 2
- Determine assets and needs;Assessment: Step 1
Our mandate is to employ five steps that constitute the SPF:

Click the steps on the picture to obtain a more in-depth description of each.

As a result of the SPF/SIG process, Michigan has identified its priority problem as:
    Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Deaths

Click a link below to learn more about why Michigan needs the SPF/SIG.

  • Michigan Burden Document Update  
    See our SEOW webpage for recent updates to this document entitled "Michigan Epidemiological Profile."September 2010. This document, provided by the Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction Services (BSAAS), was created in conjunction with the State Epidemiology Workgroup (SEW) of the Strategic Planning Framework, State Incentive Grant (SPF/SIG). The document provides valuable data related to the use of alcohol, prescription drugs, and tobacco. Primary users of this document are expected to be: federal partners, state-level agencies, legislators, policy makers, elected officials, regional coordinating agencies, coalitions, and members of the public.

  • Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Deaths  
    Statistics arranged by Substance Abuse Regional Coordinating Agency (CA) and county with various sources of data covering years 2002-2006.
  • Available Data Sources for Community Needs Assessments  
    June 2007. Sources identified by the State Epidemiological Workgroup (SEW) as relevant for providing information that will aid in assessing the burden of alcohol-related traffic crashes and associated problems.
  • Describing the Burden of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs on the State of Michigan  
    December 2005. SPF/SIG State Epidemiological Workgroup (SEW) summary report to the state SIG Advisory Council (SAC).


The evaluation of Michigan's SPF/SIG Grant is compiled by the Pacific Institute for Research and Development (PIRE).

PowerPoint presentation about the SPF/SIG process.