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Penn State program to prevent substance use the focus of $2.5 million NIH grant

Researchers will evaluate economic and health impacts of the PROSPER youth program

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By determining economic outcomes from the PROSPER prevention system, Penn State researchers hope to provide insights into the benefits of public financing for infrastructure to prevent substance misuse and other adverse health outcomes. Credit: Adobe/Pixel-Shot. All Rights Reserved.

January 10, 2024

By Sara P. Brennen

Penn State program to prevent substance use the focus of $2.5 million NIH grant

Researchers will evaluate economic and health impacts of the PROSPER youth program

photo of stethoscope on top of medical chart and dollar bills

stethoscope-money-AdobeStock_208876795-Pixel-shot-opt

By determining economic outcomes from the PROSPER prevention system, Penn State researchers hope to provide insights into the benefits of public financing for infrastructure to prevent substance misuse and other adverse health outcomes. Credit: Adobe/Pixel-Shot. All Rights Reserved.

January 10, 2024

By Sara P. Brennen

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  • Sarah Chilenski

    Research Professor, Health and Human Development

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