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Chap 12
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other
Drugs: A Community Concern
Instructor’s name
Semester, 200_
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Chapter Objectives
• Identify personal and community
consequences of alcohol and other
drugs abuse.
• Describe the trends of alcohol and
other drugs use by high school
students.
• Define drug use, misuse, and abuse.
• Define drug dependence.
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Chapter Objectives
• List and discuss the risk factors for the
abuse of alcohol and other drugs.
• Explain why alcohol is considered the
number 1 drug abuse problem in
America.
• Describe the health risks of cigarette
smoking.
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Chapter Objectives
• Define the terms over-the-counter- and
prescription drugs and explain the
purpose of these drugs and how they
are regulated.
• Define the terms controlled substances
and illicit (illegal) drugs and provide
examples.
• Characterize recent trends in the
prevalence of drug use among
American high school seniors.
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Chapter Objectives
• List and explain four elements of drug
abuse prevention and control.
• Give an example of primary, secondary,
and tertiary prevention activities in drug
abuse prevention and control
programs.
• Summarize the federal government’s
drug abuse control efforts.
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Chapter Objectives
• List and describe some community and
school drug abuse prevention programs.
• List the five components of a typical
workplace substance abuse prevention
program.
• Name some voluntary health agencies and
self-help support groups involved in the
prevention, control, and treatment of alcohol,
tobacco, and other drug abuse.
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Introduction
• Scope of the Problem
• $246-414 billion annual economic loss
• Marijuana used by 21.6% of high
school seniors
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Up to 50% Spousal abuse
20-35% Suicides
62%
Assaults
52%
Rapes
38% Child abuse
50% Traffic
fatalities
Alcohol &
other drugs
49% Murders
68%
Manslaughter
Charges
69% Drownings
Health Concerns Associated with Alcohol Use
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Definitions
• Drug
– substance other than food that when taken
in small quantities, alters one’s physical,
mental, or emotional state
• Psychoactive drug
– alters sensory perceptions, mood, thought
process, or behavior
• Drug misuse
– inappropriate use of prescription or
nonprescription drugs
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Definitions
• Drug abuse
– taking of a drug for non-medically
approved purposes
– continued use of a legal drug with the
knowledge that it is hazardous to one’s
health (cigarette smoking)
• Drug dependence
– when one feels the that a particular drug is
necessary for normal functioning.
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Factors that Contribute to
Substance Abuse
• Inherited risk factors
• Environmental risk factors
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Personal
Home & family
School & peer group factors
Sociocultural aspects of one’s environment
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Types of Legal Drugs Abused
• Alcohol
– #1 drug problem in America
– 32% of high school seniors
– 41% of college students report having 5 or
more drinks in a row at least once in the
past 2 years
• Binge drinking
• Problem drinkers
• Alcoholism
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Types of Legal Drugs Abused
• Nicotine
– use occurs in the
form of cigarette,
cigar, pipe smoking,
chewing tobacco and
snuff
– 23.1% of high school
seniors smoke
cigarettes daily
– 430,700 deaths each
year
– $138 billion
•Environmental smoke
economic cost
•Spit tobacco
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Types of Legal Drugs Abused
• Over-the-counter
(OTC) drugs
– can be purchased
without a doctor’s
prescription
• Prescription drugs
– requires a physician’s
written instructions
– usually stronger than
over-the-counter drugs
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Types of Illicit Drugs Abused
• Marijuana
– most abused illicit drug
– amotivational syndrome
• Opium, morphine, & heroin
– Narcotics numb the senses and reduce
pain
– produce tolerance and physical
dependence
– injection users are at high risk for
becoming infected with HIV
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Types of Illicit Drugs Abused
• Cocaine
– potent stimulant
– 1.7 million Americans used in last 30 days
• Hallucinogens
– LSD
– Mescaline
– Psilocybin
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Types of Illicit Drugs Abused
• Stimulants
– Amphetamine
– Methamphentamine
– Methcathinone
• Depressants
– Barbiturates
– Benzodiazepines
– Methaqualone
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Types of Illicit Drugs Abused
• Designer Drugs
– Rohypnol and related chemicals
– MDMA and related compounds
– PCP and related chemicals
• Anabolic drugs
• Inhalants
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Prevention & Control of Drug
Abuse
• Primary
– are aimed at those who have never used
drugs, & their goal is to prevent or forestall
the initiation of drug use.
• Secondary
– seek to reach those who have begun drug
use but are not chronic drug abusers
• Tertiary
– designed to provide treatment for abuse &
aftercare
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Elements of Prevention
• Education
• Treatment
• Public Policy
• Law Enforcement
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Official Agencies & Programs
• $19.2 billion 2001 Federal budget
• Department of Justice
– law enforcement; prisons, & other aspects
of justice system
– Drug Enforcement Agency
• lead governmental agency on drugs
– FBI
– Immigration & Naturalization Service
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Official Agencies & Programs
• Department of Health & Human Services
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education, automatic protection & regulation
rapid diagnosis & intervention with treatment
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
National Institute on Drug Abuse
• Department of Treasury
– U.S. Customs Service
– Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
– Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF)
Chap 12: Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Official Agencies & Programs
• Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Services Administration (SAMSHA)
• National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)
– lead federal research agency
• Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
– federal regulatory agency for legal drugs
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Official Agencies & Programs
• State government
– influence the outcome of drug wars through
advocacy, administrative aid and legislation
• Regional coordination offices
– provide a link between state and local efforts
• Local agencies & programs
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Local coordination councils
prevention through education
intervention and treatment
law enforcement
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Nongovernmental Drug
Prevention and Control
• Community-based drug education
• School-based drug education
• Workplace-based drug education
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Voluntary Health Agencies
• Mothers Against Drunk Drivers
• Students Against Drunk Drivers
• Alcoholics Anonymous
• Narcotics Anonymous
• American Cancer Society
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