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Underage Drinking

Close up of hand refusal alcohol from the man sitting opposite side holding bottle of whisky.

Northeast Delta HSA utilizes the Louisiana Partnerships for Success II (LaPFS II) project to focus exclusively on addressing underage drinking behaviors, consequences, and risk factors among 9-20-year-olds. 

The LaPFS project team works to strengthen the prevention systems infrastructure by building local capacity to implement the Strategic Prevention Framework process in 10 high-need parish-level communities (HNCs). 

The prevention strategies promoted by the project align with the domains of the Social-Ecological Model to improve individual, relationship, environmental, and societal contexts surrounding the target audience. 

LaPFS II achieves this through the following goals:

The expectation is that implementing evidence-based strategies that address individual, relationship, environmental, and societal contexts will reduce local rates of underage drinking behaviors, consequences, and risk factors in the HNCs. Then, over time, these community improvements may lead to changes in underage drinking at the state level.

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