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Nearly 2,000 substance abuse prevention and treatment specialists from around the world will convene in Las Vegas July 17-21 for CADCA’s (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) 15th annual Mid-Year Training Institute. The week-long training, held at The Mirage, will teach participants how to address one of our nation’s biggest public health challenges – drug use.

Experts on the Opioid Epidemic, Marijuana and E-cigarette Trends, and More to Present

Summit is cornerstone of DEA’s 360 Strategy

Summit is Cornerstone of DEA’s 360 Strategy

Leaders Call on Congress to Swiftly Complete Legislation and Provide Essential Funding

The Collaborative for Effective Prescription Opioid Policies (CEPOP) today voiced strong support for bipartisan action this week on multiple bills to address the opioid abuse, misuse, and diversion ravaging communities and families across the nation. 

Congressman Rogers will accept his award on Feb. 4th at CADCA’s 26th Annual National Leadership Forum

Washington, D.C. – In recognition of the significant contributions he has made to the field of substance abuse prevention and long-standing support of community-based drug prevention, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) will award Congressman Hal Rogers (R-KY), the 2016 National Leadership Award.

Washington, D.C. – Community leaders from across the country, including the Washington, D.C. metro area, are headed to Capitol Hill Feb. 3rd to meet with U.S. Senators and Representatives from nearly 50 states to educate them about critical substance abuse issues. These Congressional meetings are taking place during Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America's (CADCA) 26th annual National Leadership Forum, the nation’s largest training conference for substance abuse prevention and treatment professionals and researchers, as part of Capitol Hill Day.

Event Provides Community Leaders Effective Drug Prevention Strategies and the Latest Research in the Field

WHAT:           Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) is holding its 26th Annual National Leadership Forum to convene thousands of community substance abuse prevention leaders and global experts to discuss solutions to the most pressing public health issues threatening communities. The event kicks off with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Prevention Day.

Washington, D.C. –The results from the 2015 Monitoring the Future study, funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and conducted by a research team at the University of Michigan, on substance use and related attitudes by American teenagers show that prevention works.

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