Download only This poster describes for college students the dangers of misusing prescription drugs and over-the-counter drugs. It offers tips for securing these substances, and coping with the stress and pressure of college demands. Publication ID SMA12-4678B3 Publication Date December 2012 Format Brochure Download College Rx Risk PDF 472.07 KB Find Related Information Audience College Students as Audience Population Group College Students as Population Group You May Also Be Interested In Advisory: Adults With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorders This advisory defines attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults, and explains interactions with substance use disorders. Rx Pain Medications, Know the Options, Get the Facts: The Rx Pain Medications. Know the Options. Get the Facts. is a series of 13 fact sheets designed to increase awareness of the risks associated with prescription opioid use and misuse, as well as to educate patients who are prescribed opioids for pain about the risks and to provide resources on methods for alternative pain management. This particular fact sheet focuses on the prescription pain medication agreement. Faces of Change: Do I Have a Problem With Alcohol or Drugs? This resource explores the lives of five characters living with different substance use disorder conditions. It illustrates the stages of change and the value of treatment, recovery, and motivational incentives. It also includes a change plan worksheet. In Brief: Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: A Guide for Healthcare Providers This guide explains prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs), and how they can enhance clinical decision making. The guide also explains how PDMP improves patient safety, while helping to decrease prescription drug misuse and unintentional overdose deaths. Talk. They Hear You: Opioids: Did You Know? – Infographic This infographic is related to the public service announcement from SAMHSA’s “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign for parents on the risks of opioids and why they should start talking with their kids about the facts. Behavioral Health Equity Barometer, 2014 This report provides a snapshot of key aspects of behavioral health, serious mental illness, suicidal thoughts, and mental illness, substance use disorders, or both. The information is based on selected determinants of health, including race and ethnicity, income level, geography, and health insurance status.