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We serve our communities by providing data on the state’s Three Prevention Priorities of alcohol, marijuana, prescription drug use, and tobacco and other drugs. In addition, we provide data to schools, colleges, universities, coalitions, councils, events, and other stakeholders within our communities. This is done through Information Dissemination which provides awareness and knowledge of substance abuse issues and trends through the data collected by the central data repository.

Please use the links below to access information and resources regarding substance abuse issues. If you don’t see what you need, you can use our request-specific data form. For more information or to suggest a link, contact us at Prevention Resource Center, Region 8, 7500 Hwy 90 West, Ste. 100, San Antonio, Tx  78227, (210) 225-4741, or email


PRC Region 8 Newsletter and Factsheets

The PRC Region has created a fact sheet with a wealth of information about Regional information, upcoming training, and data you could use. The PRC Region 8 also creates fact sheets that are county exclusive. Let us know if we can help by filling out the data request form at the bottom of this page.



PRC Region 8 Regional Needs Assessment – Overviews

The overview is for you if you are looking for a more condensed version of the PRC Region 8 Regional Needs Assessments. We’ve taken the larger document and have condensed it with the most pertinent information from the RNA.


Regional and State Data


PRC8 Updates

1st quarter Virtual Lunch and Learn is on Thursday, November 17th!

Other Regional Reports

Missed our Lunch and Learn?

Every quarter we host a Lunch and Learn (formerly called Epi Work Group) where we discuss and learn about different resources in the counties that we serve.  If you missed our Lunch and Learn you can view them below or on our Facebook page 

Check out the November 17, 2022 Lunch and Learn here!
Check out the May 19,2022 Lunch and Learn here! 
Check out the February 24,2022 Lunch and Learn here! 
News update on Governor Abbott's new campaign
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