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Tucson LINKS is a comprehensive community-wide substance abuse and violence prevention project. LINKS will provide training, technical support, behavioral health services, primary medical care, and financial incentives to 55 elementary schools, local preschools and early childhood programs. Social marketing and community outreach campaigns will be used to create community-wide commitment to substance abuse and violence prevention. LINKS is a collaboration between Amphitheater, Flowing Wells, Marana, Sunnyside and Tucson Unified School Districts; Community Partnership of Southern Arizona; Family Advocacy, Resource and Wellness Centers; local law enforcement agencies; Pima County Attorney's Office; Metropolitan Education Commission; Tucson Resiliency Initiative; University of Arizona; and the greater Tucson community.
Training on a variety of topics is provided by LINKS for school staff, parents and community members. Upcoming trainings are filling up fast, so be sure to register early.
The latest issue of the LINKS newsletter is now available. Click here to download your copy. Look for previous issues here. You will also need Adobe Acrobat Reader, available for free here.

Did you know...

In 2001, 14.1% of students never or rarely wear a seat belt when riding in a car driven by someone else.

Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System 2001

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