- Coalition Ideas Exchange: Photovoice - Community Safety, Health and Wellness by CADCA National Coalition Institute
In this new podcast series highlighting featured coalitions from CADCA's new resource, the Coalition Ideas Exchange, the Everett Community Health Partnership Substance Abuse Coalition describes how they empowered community youth using Photovoice, a combination of photography and grassroots social action.
By Benjamin Tucker, Deputy Director for State, Local and Tribal Affairs, National Drug Control Policy
The start of spring means the arrival of prom and graduation season for many teens across the country. It’s an exciting time, filled with end-of-year accomplishments and special moments to celebrate. It is also a time of increased pressure for teens to fall under the influence of drugs, alcohol, and other risky behaviors.
Latest Interactive Media
- Coalition Ideas Exchange: Perils of the College Drinking Culture by CADCA National Coalition InstituteMay 02, 2013
Passage from high school to college is often a passage to binge drinking and other alcohol-related behaviors harming college students and others in the community where the college is located. Research has found parents remain a key influence through young adulthood. The Unified Prevention Coalition of Fairfax County’s (UPC) acclaimed “Perils of the College Drinking Culture” forum recognizes the importance of continued parent-student communication and the need for increased awareness of the epidemic of college drinking. In this new podcast series highlighting featured coalitions from CADCA's new resource, the Coalition Ideas Exchange, the Unified Prevention Coalition describes how they developed strong partnerships to conduct this forum of community leaders, students and parents.
- Apr 15, 2013
A video highlighting the National Youth Leadership Initiative, CADCA’s signature youth leadership development training.
- Apr 15, 2013
- Coalition Ideas Exchange: Alcohol Server/Seller Training – Make it Local! by CADCA National Coalition InstituteApr 11, 2013
When Barrington, R.I. decided to allow its first liquor stores, The BAY Team wanted to ensure that best practices were utilized to minimize sales to minors and service to intoxicated patrons at both on and off-site locations. They changed the town ordinance to require annual training on local conditions and best practices for all servers and sellers of alcohol. In this new podcast series highlighting featured coalitions from CADCA's new resource, the Coalition Ideas Exchange, The BAY Team describes how their coalition positioned themselves to be key players in modifying local policy.
- Oct 03, 2012
Guest Speaker - R Gil Kerlikowske