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Using the PBIS Framework to Address the Opioid Crisis in Schools

In October 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a public health emergency to address rising overdose deaths related to the opioid epidemic. With the effects of the opioid crisis affecting students at multiple levels, it is important to identify clear targets for school-based interventions. We describe here the ways students and families may be affected, and how school teams can leverage the PBIS framework to support them.

Topic(s):

Opioid Crisis and Substance Misuse

Family

School-Wide

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January 28, 2020

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Keywords:

Behavior
Community
Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF)

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Citation:

Austin, S. C., Cioffi, C. C., Storie, S., Bromley, K. W., Lissman, D. C., Rochelle, J. L., Meng, P., & Seeley, J. R. (January, 2020). Using the PBIS Framework to Address the Opioid Crisis in Schools. Eugene, OR: Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. Retrieved from www.pbis.org.

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