This publication provides an overview of qualitative data – how it can be used as a valid and reliable data collection process, how a coalition can engage in several qualitative data collection methodologies, and how to utilize qualitative data in all phases of the coalition problem-solving process as informed by the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) process.
This publication provides an overview of the steps associated with engaging in community mobilizing to implement environmental strategies with a particular emphasis on adopting alcohol, tobacco, and drug (ATD) policies at the community level.
This publication provides an overview of the environmental strategies approach to community problem solving and includes examples of efforts where environmental strategies aimed at preventing and reducing community problems related to alcohol and other drugs were implemented.
This publication provides an overview to working with the media. It advocates a comprehensive approach to planning and implementing coalition marketing and communications. Whether your coalition operates in a rural community with a single weekly newspaper or a metropolitan area with an array of media outlets, you should develop relationships with media representatives and become a valuable resource to them.