January 8, 2015

Be an Agent of Change! Participate in CADCA’s Annual Survey of Coalitions!

The 2015 CADCA Annual Survey of Coalitions is now open for coalitions to participate.  CADCA’s Annual Survey is THE leading source of coalition information for the substance abuse prevention field.  CADCA uses the Annual Survey data to advocate for coalition funding in Congress and promote community anti-drug coalitions as vehicles for comprehensive community change. 

CADCA’s Annual Survey is for ALL coalitions fighting alcohol, tobacco and/or drug use in their communities – you do not have to be a member of CADCA to participate.  Participation in the Annual Survey of Coalitions is completely voluntary, yet vitally important if you want increase your effectiveness reducing substance abuse in your community.

If your coalition has participated in the past, we thank you for your commitment and count on your continued participation to further build coalition science. If you did not participate last year, what are you waiting for?

Be an Agent of Change! We need your information to make the most comprehensive source of coalition information, even better. Your participation increases our collective understanding of coalitions, including what makes them effective and how they contribute to reductions in substance abuse.

When you complete the Annual Survey, you can immediately download a summary report of your Annual Survey results.  The report outlines the accomplishments of your coalition’s work for the last 12 months, which provides valuable information to discuss at coalition meetings or to share with community stakeholders. 

Coalitions completing the Annual Survey will be eligible to win great prizes, such as Apple iPads, 2015 National Leadership Forum and Mid-Year Training Institute Registrations, and CADCA Coalition Memberships. 

For more information on the Annual Survey, please visit .

To receive your personalized link or ask any questions about the Annual Survey, please email survey@cadca.org or call Allison Jacobs 1-800-542-2322, ext. 262.

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