2017 Annual Survey of Coalitions Now Open

  Show Us How to Build a Better Community by Participating in CADCA’s 2017 Annual Survey of Coalitions!

The 2017 CADCA Annual Survey of Coalitions opened January 9th

CADCA’s Annual Survey of Coalitions is the leading source of information on community-level work in the field of substance abuse prevention. Since 2005, the survey has provided insights into coalition processes, strategies, and activities aimed to reduce substance use and abuse and to improve population health. The Annual Survey brings national attention to your work and CADCA welcomes all coalitions fighting alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use in their communities to participate – you do not have to be a CADCA member to demonstrate your impact!

Participation is voluntary, yet vitally important. CADCA uses the Annual Survey data to advocate for coalition funding in Congress, inform training and technical assistance needs as well as evaluation and research efforts, and highlight successful coalition strategies to national partners.

The preferred person to fill out the survey is a coalition member who is most familiar with the day-to-day coalition work. This includes the coalition operations manager, director, executive director, or CEO.

If your coalition has participated in the past, we thank you for your commitment and we would like to count on your continued participation. As a new coalition, please take this opportunity share your work with CADCA and your fellow coalitions.

Coalition members who submit completed surveys in the first month will be entered into a drawing to win a 2017 Mid-Year Training Institute registration.

How to Participate in the Annual Survey of Coalitions

Please contact CADCA to receive your personal survey link:

Email: survey@cadca.org
Phone: 1-800-542-2322, ext. 220

Tamara Tur
Evaluation and Research Associate

View the 2015 Annual Survey Fact Sheet





The mission of CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) is to strengthen the capacity of community coalitions to create and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities globally.  This is accomplished by providing technical assistance and training, public policy advocacy, media strategies and marketing programs, training and special events.