Emerging Adult Culture
The dominant culture glorifies emerging adult substance use and makes it challenging for this population to talk about substance use issues or recovery.
Justice-Involved Board Provider and Payor Board Young Adult Board
How can prevention efforts aimed at emerging adults¹ help counter the glorification of substance use found across different forms of media and entertainment? How can we center the voices of people in recovery within these efforts?
Disclosing recovery or substance use treatment is often stigmatized among emerging adults in social settings. What strategies can help reduce this stigma?
How can harm reduction services and information best be included in substance use recovery programming for emerging adults?
¹ Emerging adults refers to youth and young adults between the ages of 16 and 25.