New Report on Regional Teen Methamphetamine Use
This report focuses on how regional adolescents are consuming methamphetamine. Specifically, this document reports the findings from the 2017 Texas Prevention Impact Index (TPII), the 2015 40 Development Assets Survey (DAS), and the 2016 Texas School Survey (TSS). Data collected by the Hockley County VOICES coalition is also used.
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Who We Serve
We serve the following counties in Texas:
Armstrong, Bailey, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Childress, Cochran, Collingsworth, Crosby, Dallam, Deaf Smith, Dickens, Donley, Floyd, Garza, Gray, Hale, Hall, Hansford, Hartley, Hemphill, Hockley, Hutchinson, King, Lamb, Lipscomb, Lubbock, Lynn, Moore, Motley, Ochiltree, Oldham, Parmer, Potter, Randall, Roberts, Sherman, Swisher, Terry, Wheeler, & Yoakum.
PRC Region 1
Managed Care Center for Addictive/Other Disorders, Inc.
1715 26th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79411
(806) 780-8300 | (855) 846-8300
or at our satellite office:
808 South Crockett, Amarillo, Texas
Hours of Operation: 8:00am to 5:00pm. Monday thru Friday
2017 Regional Needs Assessment Region 1
The 2017 Regional Needs Assessment is completed and now available to download. The RNA is focused on adolescent use of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs in our region. Region 1 consists of 41 counties in the Panhandle and South Plains of West Texas.
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How Do We Serve Our Communities?
We serve our communities by providing alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs and other drugs (AOD) data for schools, Colleges and Universities, or other community events that your agency may be hosting. This done through Information Dissemination which provides awareness and knowledge of Alcohol, Tobacco, Other drugs abuse, and issues and trends through the data collected by the central data repository.
Our Community-Based Process aids the community to more effectively provide "TIPS" (Treatment, Intervention and Prevention Services) for AOD problems through community mobilization, collaboration, coalition building, networking and community empowerment efforts.
Through Environmental and Social Policy, we aim to influence the incidence and prevalence of AOD in the general population by establishing and/or changing written and unwritten standards, codes and attitudes within the community. This strategy also aims to combat substance abuse and related harms with concerted, community-based and comprehensive efforts change norms, behaviors, systems and comtexts that contribute to substance abuse problems in our communities (CADCA).
Texas Tobacco Law
In 2015, the 84th Texas Legislature passed SB97 updating the Texas tobacco law provisions of Health and Safety Code, Chapter 161 to include the regulation of the sale and distribution of e-cigarettes to minors at retail or by mail order, and the purchase, possession and use of e-cigarettes by minors. Texas law tolerates neither sellers nor buyers in transactions where underage consumers are concerned.
To discover the latest Texas Laws about tobacco, vaporizers, a e-cigarettes, visit the Texas Tobacco Law website.