New Jersey Center for Prevention Research
A statewide institute conducting research in the field of alcohol, tobacco
and other drug abuse prevention issues.
Parents' Attitudes & Behaviors Toward Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention - 2016
New Jersey parents want more information when their child is prescribed opioids, according to a Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey poll.
Parents' Attitudes & Behaviors Toward Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention - 2014
2013 PDFNJ Study on the Effect of Suspicionless Random Drug Testing in NJ Middle Schools
Parents' Attitudes & Behaviors Toward Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention - 2012
Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind conducted a telephone-based survey of 301 randomly selected employers in New Jersey, including an oversampling of businesses with over 100 employees.
Parents' Attitudes & Behaviors Toward Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention - 2011
Prescription drug abuse among teens remains a major problem in the United States. The most recent data from national studies and published reports suggests that nearly one in five teens (19% or 4.5 million) abuse prescription medications that are not prescribed to them.
Study Finds NJ Parents Recognize their Role in Drug-Prevention Prescription Drug-Abuse Prevention Awareness is Up Among NJ Parents
Random Survey of 300 employers in New Jersey: Employers consider drugs to be a problem.
Parents' Attitudes & Behaviors Toward Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention - 2008
December 16, 2008
A study on the effects of NJ 21-30 year olds of family environment during high school.
A follow up to the 2005 Parent Study, conducted to examine change over time in NJ parent's attitudes and Behaviors towards drug prevention.
A baseline of Substance Abuse behaviors among NJ senior citizens.
Parent's Attitudes and Behaviors Towards Drug Prevention
Describes the substance abuse issues in policies in regards to he context of New Jersey businesses and workplaces.
Summarizes the drug use trends and attitudes towards substance abuse among New Jersey Middle School students.