Links Montana Department of Health and Human Services Parents. The Anti-Drug AADAC | Parents: Prevention For this project, MOST of Us conducted a pioneering survey to assess what parents do to prevent their teens from engaging in substance abuse. The results showed that the vast majority of Montana parents report taking constructive steps to protect […]
ParentingMontana.org strengthens social and emotional skills of parents and their children contributing to healthy, successful lives and reductions in risky behaviors.
Together for Life Utah is increasing seat belt use in Box Elder, Cache, Carbon, Iron, San Juan, Sanpete, Sevier, Tooele, and Uintah Counties.
A social norms marketing campaign for reducing underage drinking among high school students in Washakie County, WY.
The Role of Research in the Development of Effective Strategies
We develop strategies that transform culture to improve health and safety in organizations and communities. The development of these strategies is based on scientific research to ensure they are valid and effective.
Given the diversity of communities, there are rarely existing solutions that fit the unique culture of a community. Instead, efforts to improve health and safety in a community need to begin with research to understand the local culture and analyze its effect on behavior.
Our research is designed in partnership with the communities we serve to ensure we are addressing the social issues that are most important to them. Such partnerships ensure that the strategies we propose from this research are relevant and supported by these communities.
- Child Wellbeing
- Domestic Violence
- Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
- Problem Gambling
- Social Norms Marketing
- Substance Misuse
- Traffic Safety
Campus-Wide Social Norms Alcohol Campaign 2005-2006
MOST of Us has begun the strategic planning and environmental advocacy work for the first campus-wide social norms campaign at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The initial grant includes long-range planning for a five-year campus intervention to reduce high-risk drinking among the student population. Sponsor: University of Nevada – Las Vegas