While education is a significant component in the prevention of addictive behavior, it is a complex process that needs careful consideration when implementing. This posting helps to identify and evaluate the most important aspects of executing an education-based curriculum in addictions prevention. Then, discuss the relationship between educational models and social policy. How does social policy support educational programs?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:31 am ad1c9bdddf
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Since education is a significant component in the prevention of addictive behavior, two of the most important aspects of executing an education-based curriculum in addictions prevention embody both a family-community emphasis as well as a multicultural framework to ensure equity.
First, the effectiveness of infusing a family approach to addiction prevention is reiterated from a recent study in Miami from Estrada,Tae Kyoung, Shi, Tapia, Velázquez, Martinez, & Prado (2017). They uncovered that the use of an evidence-based, parent-centered intervention called Familias Unidas was quite instrumental in preventing substance use ...
300 words of notes and APA references briefly explore how education can help to reduce addictions using a family-based and multicultural lens.