Partner with CADCA

CADCA partners with businesses who share our passion – investing in safe, healthy and drug-free communities. Our coalitions work with all sectors of a community – from schools, teens and parents to the workplace and healthcare professionals. This makes us uniquely poised to develop initiatives to reach these target audiences in meaningful ways.

Whether your business is seeking to make a positive impact in the community you live, work and serve or ensure a thriving workforce for our future, CADCA designs mutually beneficial

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Current Sponsors & Partners

What can partnering with us do for you?


By partnering with CADCA you can:

  • Support CADCA’s Drug-Free Kids Campaign, National Leadership Forum, Mid-Year Training Institute, National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month (NMAAM) and other training activities and campaigns Create mutually beneficial projects that support and build effective community coalitions throughout the United States
  • Help us create and disseminate trainings and materials on topics that include build awareness of substance abuse prevention and promote healthy communities
  • Help us provide training and technical assistance to coalitions as they develop strategies to keep their youth, families and communities safe and drug-free

CADCA has mutually beneficial relationships with several federal agencies and departments. Our Federal partners provide us national leadership on substance abuse and addiction-related issues and collaborate with us on various activities. In turn, CADCA provides access to the community coalition field and offers feedback on behalf of our membership. Below are examples of ways that our federal partners support our work:

  • Provide support for our National Leadership Forum and other training events Help us create and disseminate targeted materials on alcohol and other drug abuse and intervention strategies
  • Assist in supporting major communications outreach, including Coalitions Online and CADCA TV
  • Support our efforts to build effective community coalitions throughout the United States

Federal Partners

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