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What are community coalitions?
Community coalitions are comprised of parents, teachers, law enforcement, businesses, religious leaders, health providers and other community activists who are mobilizing at the local level -- and nationally under the CADCA umbrella -- to make their communities safer, healthier and drug-free.
How do coalitions make a difference in communities?
Coalition building is a smart strategy that promotes coordination and collaboration and makes efficient use of limited community resources. By connecting multiple sectors of the community in a comprehensive approach, community coalitions are achieving real outcomes.
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Submit the email request, and a CADCA representative will contact you with details about existing community coalitions in your area. If no coalitions already exist, we will walk you through the process of starting a coalition and go over the various resources available through CADCA to help your coalition succeed.
If you have questions, or for more information, contact us at (800) 54-CADCA, ext. 228 or ext. 257.