Preventing Alcohol Use with a Voluntary After-School Program for Middle School Students: Results from a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial of CHOICE

@article{DAmico2011PreventingAU,
  title={Preventing Alcohol Use with a Voluntary After-School Program for Middle School Students: Results from a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial of CHOICE},
  author={Elizabeth J. D’Amico and Joan S. Tucker and Jeremy N. V. Miles and Annie J. Zhou and Regina A. Shih and Harold D. Green},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={415-425}
}
There are many mandated school-based programs to prevent adolescent alcohol and drug (AOD) use, but few are voluntary and take place outside of class time. This cluster randomized controlled trial evaluates CHOICE, a voluntary after-school program for younger adolescents, which reduced both individual- and school-level alcohol use in a previous pilot study. We evaluated CHOICE with 9,528 students from 16 middle schools. The sample was 51% female; 54% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 15% white, 9… CONTINUE READING
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