Drug Prevention in the Schools: What Doesn't Work
Drug use by youth varies by geography, gender age and race, and it changes over time. Many of our school-based prevention programs don't reflect those realities.
Crystal Fuller is a manager of substance-abuse-prevention services for five Nebraska counties, focusing on system coordination for alcohol, tobacco and other drug-prevention coalitions as well as providing oversight of community-level planning, quality-improvement outcomes and contract management. She received her master'd degree in criminology and criminal justice from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2007.