Check out the new INYS website for the annual survey of alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use by children and adolescents in the state of Indiana.
The County Epidemiological Data presents statewide and county-level data from a variety of sources to aid in planning substance misuse prevention programming.
Here you will find information on upcoming in-person events as well as free online training resources.
Once you complete a training, you can earn CEUs and print your own certificate.
As of October 2017, the evaluation activities previously performed and housed at the IPRC, along with the evaluation team members, have moved to a different unit within the School of Public Health-Bloomington named the Institute for Research on Addictive Behaviors (IRAB).
IRAB has been configured to be the SPH-B’s core analytic unit that conducts evaluation and investigative research, while the IPRC will continue to provide quality translational research services, such as technical assistance, workforce development, and communications.
Corkboard is Indiana’s electronic system used to collect evaluation and individual programmatic data including but not limited to the National outcome Measures (NOMS), the Institute of Medicine (IOM) classification, demographic information on populations served, and other items as designated by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction. This system was developed by Indiana University and requires an authorized login for access.
Search the IPRC Home Library Database for electronic resources.
For Indiana residents: borrow a DVD or VHS from our loan library.
For a dozen years now, the third week of March has been named National Inhalants and Poison Awareness Week. Known also as NIPAW, this event highlights the need for inhalant abuse prevention and ways to avoid accidental poisonings. ...