Current Programs

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Annual Survey of Coalitions

Download The 2019 Annual Survey of Coalitions Fact Sheet   The 2020 Annual Survey of Coalitions is Open! Learn More.
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Drug-Free Kids Campaign

CADCA’s Drug-Free Kids Campaign recognizes leaders and corporations who support and educate the community about substance misuse and its impact on young people. CADCA represents more than 5,000 community coalition’s nationwide working together to create a world of safe, healthy and drug-free communities. CADCA leads this vision by providing cutting-edge services in training, communications, youth empowerment, veteran’s programs, public policy and advocacy and the latest scientific research. Learn More.
GHEA

Geographic Health Equity Alliance

Coming Soon: GeoHealthEquity.org   Meet the GHEA Team! Andrew Romero, Director, Geographic Health Equity Alliance Learn More.
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GOT OUTCOMES! Coalition of Excellence Awards

CADCA’s GOT Outcomes! Awards recognize coalitions that achieve measurable success in community-level substance use and misuse prevention-related outcomes by implementing a comprehensive and feasible plan guided by local data. Based on the achieved outcomes, applicants apply to one of three award categories: Coalition in Focus (short-term outcomes), Coalition of Excellence (intermediate outcomes) or Coalition of the Year (long-term outcomes). They begin a rigorous two phase application process requiring them to clearly communicate their story and contribution to community-level outcomes. Learn More.
National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month

National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month (NMAAM)

CADCA urges coalitions to help raise awareness about the dangers of prescription and over-the-counter medicine misuse by taking part in NMAAM. The campaign serves an ideal launching pad for medicine misuse prevention efforts. A cornerstone of the NMAAM campaign is the Dose of Prevention Challenge, an initiative designed to challenge coalitions to get medicine misuse on the radar screens of parents and others by holding an educational event or activity in their communities. Learn More.
National Recovery Month

National Recovery Month

More than 23 million Americans are in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs and are living proof that recovery is real and that it benefits themselves, their families and communities. Learn More.