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Newest Report Providing Empirical Support for PRIME For Life Available

A new report, “A Review of the Empirical Support for PRIME For Life®” has just been posted on our website. It provides a review of evaluations of PRIME For Life (PFL) and provides evidence to support implementation of PFL in a variety of settings.

In general, the program and its predecessors have demonstrated changes in risk perceptions, attitudes, and intentions, as well as some evidence of short-term behavior change. Additionally, some evaluations found lower recidivism rates among PFL completers compared to noncompleters, people assigned only to probation, and people assigned to an alternative intervention. The report discusses strengths and limitations of this research and future directions for evaluation. 

For more information, email Blair Beadnell, Director of Research and Evaluation Services, or call 859-296-5022.

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Report Citation: Rosengren, D. B., Crisafulli, M. A., Nason, M., & Beadnell, B. (2013). A Review of the Empirical Support for PRIME For Life (Technical Report 4.1). Lexington, KY: Prevention Research Institute.

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