FY23 SUPP Annual Meeting

It is required for All SUPP organization program contacts, fiscal representation, and lead staff per grant program (SUPS, CSUPS, and SRSUPS) to listen to this recorded webinar by August 5, 2022. Attendance will be tracked, and an attendance report will be submitted to IDHS SUPR leadership.

Participants can submit questions to Pamela Ziegler, TTA Specialist, Prevention First, by August 8, 2022. Please note ALL questions should be directed to Pam at pamela.ziegler@prevention.org

A Q and A document will be developed, sent via Groupsite, and posted to the Prevention First website, along with the webinar recording. A message will be sent through Groupsite when the Q and A is available.

ANNUAL MEETING WEBINAR RECORDING (Passcode: Gzs11.7w)

ANNUAL MEETING WEBINAR HANDOUT 

 

SUPP Training Requirements

The IDHS training requirements for all SUPP providers can be found in the FY23 SUPP Training Requirements.

Technical Assistance Information

Our technical assistance expands professional development beyond training to assist substance abuse prevention providers in applying what they have learned in their communities. We provide timely, flexible, and provider-tailored technical assistance to meet providers' individual needs. Technical assistance is available to Illinois SUPP, SPF-PFS, and DFC grantees. For more information about technical assistance or our services, please contact providerservices@prevention.org or call 312.909.9768.

SUPP Required Documentation Due Dates

The SUPP FY23 Required Document Submission Due Dates can be found HERE.

SUPP Contact Information

IDHS Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (SUPR) leadership requests that all new SUPP providers update their contact information in the Prevention Hub at:

https://apps.cprd.illinois.edu/PreventionHub/Default.aspx

New SUPP staff are encouraged to contact CPRD for an orientation to the Prevention Hub:

Sherri Rudicil or Jo Pauly
Email: CPRD-SAPP@mx.uillinois.edu
Phone: 217-333-3231

SUPP Prevention Strategy Information

YPE Model Program Resource

This online resource provides information about the Youth Prevention Education model programs approved by SUPP. Model programs are reviewed against criteria for feasibility and relevance to the RFP. These links will provide information to consider when making your program choice.

My Generation Rx Tip Sheet

My Generation Rx program implementation is optional for SUPS and CSUPS providers. This tip sheet provides helpful information for implementation.

One-Session Lessons for SUPP Providers 

IDHS SUPR approves the following one-session lessons for delivery with the YPE core curriculum. For additional information, please contact Cher Hanson, Manager of Substance Abuse Prevention Training & Technical Assistance, at providerservices@prevention.org.

Operation Prevention - 4th and 5th Grade Elementary School

IDHS has approved the following lessons for those grantees implementing Botvin LifeSkills. Grantees may choose one of the two lessons below.

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Malachi's Medication

Sarah's Sister

Grantees implementing the Too Good for Drugs curricula for 4th and 5th grade are approved to use the curriculum's opioid lesson for each grade level.

Operation Prevention – Middle School

The following lesson has been developed and customized for SUPP providers by Discovery Education for use in a single class period. This lesson was updated in August 2019. The previous version of this lesson should no longer be implemented.

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Middle School Powerpoint Presentation

Middle School Educator Guide

Operation Prevention – High School

The following lesson has been developed and customized for SUPP providers by Discovery Education for use in a single class period. This lesson was updated in August 2019. The previous version of this lesson should no longer be implemented.

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High School Powerpoint Presentation

High School Educator Guide

Operation Prevention – Online Student Learning Module

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The Science of Addiction: The Stories of Teens

Educator Guide

NIH Lesson (6th-12th)

Opioids and the Overdose Epidemic Lesson