Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD
Do you want to learn new skills to help you tackle your community’s substance abuse problems, hear from experts in the field of drug abuse prevention, treatment and recovery, and network with nearly 3,000 of your peers from across the country? Then register now for CADCA’s 23rd Annual National Leadership Forum.
CADCA’s Forum is the nation’s largest meeting for community prevention leaders, treatment professionals and researchers. The Forum will be held in conjunction with SAMHSA/CSAP’s 9th Annual Prevention Day. The theme this year is "Coalitions: Science, Strategy and Solutions” which emphasizes the importance of developing broad-based strategic alliances, implementing proven and promising strategies, and achieving population-level change.
CADCA’s 2012 Drug-Free Kids Campaign: Real Lives, Real Change
Be a part of the solution. Join the Real Lives, Real Change movement and invest in the Drug-Free Kids Campaign. By investing in CADCA’s Drug-Free Kids Campaign, you’re helping to support programs that turn youth into leaders and reduce substance abuse in communities around the country. These programs are having a lasting impact, affecting Real Lives and creating Real Change.
Join us on September 25, 2012 for our 2012 Drug-Free Kids Campaign Awards Dinner as we celebrate the corporate, community and youth leaders who are making a difference in their community.
Join us at our 13th annual Drug-Free Kids Campaign Awards Dinner as we celebrate the work of thousands of community coalitions across the nation and world that are helping to keep kids safe, healthy and drug-free. Our Annual Drug-Free Kids Campaign Awards Dinner honors individuals, businesses and organizations that help raise awareness and support for CADCA’s mission to strengthen anti-drug coalitions. Funds raised through the Drug-Free Kids Campaign help CADCA train and support community coalitions in drug prevention strategies and train youth for leadership opportunities for young people involved in community work.
CADCA’s Mid-Year Training Institute is the only intensive, coalition-specific training opportunity of its kind, providing in-depth courses specifically designed to address a community leader’s biggest concerns and obstacles. The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orange County. CADCA’s Mid-Year is not the typical conference. Participants take part in ½ day, 1-day and 2-day courses on everything from how to run a community anti-drug coalition to how to implement environmental strategies. The format of the training allows for small group work, real practice and knowledge application—the kind of adult learning experience that has been shown to be effective.
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The Mid-Year Training Institute offers in-depth training sessions geared specifically for community coalition leaders and staff. The Mid-Year also includes personal coaching sessions and National Youth Leadership Initiative activities. From fundamentals of coalition building and strategic planning to evaluation and research, you will come away motivated and inspired.
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center | National Harbor, MD
Join us for CADCA’s National Leadership Forum XX, the nation’s largest meeting for community prevention leaders, treatment professionals and researchers, and SAMHSA/CSAP’s 6th Annual Community Prevention Day! We have an exciting program planned, with bigger and better workshops, more networking opportunities, dynamic plenary sessions and a special event to commemorate the Forum’s 20th anniversary. We’re returning to the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center, right on the banks of the Potomac River and just 15 minutes from downtown Washington, DC. For more details, go to the meeting website.
On September 29, CADCA is going virtual! In view of the challenging economic times currently facing America, CADCA will host its first ever Virtual Awards Dinner. This online event not only saves supporters the cost of travel and time away from the office to attend a gala, but also ensures that more of your contribution goes to keeping kids safe, healthy and drug-free. Your donation to our campaign is 100 percent tax deductible. Please continue to support CADCA’s mission and help us honor our Humanitarian of the Year and Champion for Drug-Free Kids.
Want to learn how to develop a strategic plan or how to implement “grand slam” strategies to prevent alcohol and drug use in your community? Then, don’t miss CADCA’s 2009 Mid-Year Training Camp, held in the home of the Louisville Slugger!
CADCA’s Mid-Year is the only intensive, coalition-specific training opportunity of its kind, providing in-depth courses on everything from coalition fundamentals to evaluation and research. So, if your coalition is interested in learning how to knock it out of the park, batter up and Let’s Play Ball!
Held for 4 days in July, the Mid-Year Training Institute offers in-depth training sessions geared specifically for community coalition leaders and staff. The Mid-Year also includes personal coaching sessions and National Youth Leadership Initiative activities. From fundamentals of coalition building and strategic planning to evaluation and research, you will come away motivated and inspired.
Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center National Harbor, MD
Join us for the 24th National Leadership Forum, the premier and largest training conference for community prevention leaders, treatment professionals and researchers, and SAMHSA’s 10th Prevention Day which is taking place February 3-6, 2014!
CADCA’s National Leadership Forum is a 4-day conference packed with multiple opportunities to learn the latest strategies to fight substance abuse and hear from nationally-known experts and policymakers. The Forum brings together more than 2,500 participants representing community anti-drug coalitions from all regions of the country, government leaders, youth, addiction treatment professionals, researchers, educators, law enforcement professionals and faith-based leaders.
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center | National Harbor, MD
If one word could describe CADCA’s National Leadership Forum, which concluded Feb. 10th in the Washington D.C. area, it would be “moving.” From Monday’s SAMHSA Community Prevention Day to Wednesday’s Capitol Hill Day, to the plenaries and federal town hall meetings and, of course, the 100 training workshops for adults and youth alike, nearly 2800 community leaders representing CADCA’s coalitions around the world were, indeed, moved.