Handbook for Community Anti-Drug CoalitionsThe Handbook for Community Anti-Drug Coalitions provides an overview of resources for and about community coalitions. It helps educate, inform and empower local coalitions and provides some of the basic tools needed to become effective and sustainable.

 

 

 

 

 

Coalitions: The FY 2016 Drug-Free Communities Support Program funding opportunity announcement has been released by the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Applications are due on March 18, 2016.

Find the best way your community coalition can assist college and university officials address alcohol and drug prevention.

Coalition Core Essentials is an online course intended for coalition leaders, staff, volunteers, and partners. This course is based on the curriculum trained during CADCA's National Coalition Academy, though this course does not serve as a replacement for the Academy experience.

Think of it as an hour filled with the answers to the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about coalitions,  but haven’t. We’re going back to the basics, the fundamentals of what makes coalitions perfect vehicles for community-level change, what we need to know to be a meaningful partner of a coalition, and how we can make our coalition even more effective.