CADCA's Webinar Wednesdays Series

This free monthly webinar event will be hosted by several CADCA trainers throughout 2021. Webinars will cover topics including sector engagement, sustainability and more!

Member Perk! Webinar presenters will be on the members-only CADCA Community for one-hour after each webinar. Members can ask questions, interact and engage for a more in-depth experience on what you have just learned. Not a member? Learn more about membership and join.

Upcoming Webinars

February 16, 2022
1-2:30 pm EST
Trainer: Yvonne Stroman

Partnering with the Recovery Community in the Name of Prevention

Scientific literature has identified 12-step mutual help groups as contributing factors to long-term recovery from substance use and misuse. These groups can lend to community improvement and substance misuse prevention. Learn about the existing models and emerging support systems that can partner with community coalitions in the development, planning and implementation of prevention strategies.
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March 9, 2022
1-2:30 pm EST
Trainer: Rick Collins

Engaging Enforcement Throughout the SPF Process
The webinar will focus on the importance of engaging local law enforcement at the onset of the SPF process, and ways in which coalitions can meaningfully engage enforcement in a way that is mutually beneficial to both parties.

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Completed Webinars

January 6, 2021
1-2:30 pm EDT
Trainer: Rick Collins

SPF—Through COVID-19 and Beyond
Have you heard the "SPF" acronym in prevention conversations, but you aren't really sure what it really means or how to apply it? Are you looking for ways to better integrate the steps of the model into your work? Then the webinar is for you! This Webinar Wednesday will dive into the components of one of the most commonly used models for prevention, the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF). We will discuss creative ways that coalitions can implement the framework during COVID-19, and also look beyond COVID-19 for ways coalitions leverage the model to measure outcomes and create lasting change in their communities. 

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February 17, 2021
1-2:20 pm
Trainer: Kym Laube
Building Your Community Connections During and Post-Pandemic Times

People are our business, so how do we stay engaged while living in a COVID-19 world? Coalitions rely on meetings and community events to stay in the public space making meaningful connections. So how do we use this time to stay engaged, connected and set the stage for our coalitions to lead the healing phase in a post-pandemic time? The need for our work will be essential and magnified, so let's spend time discussing ways to; use virtual tools more effectively, engage communities safely and help carry our message in urban and rural settings.
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March 3, 2021
1-2:30 pm EST
Trainers: Sarah Lavoie and Bailey Martin

Follows, Retweets and Likes: Social Media Strategy
CADCA's Marketing Manager Sarah Lavoie and Senior Communications Associate Bailey Martin will present an overview of social media marketing and best practices for marketing your organization through several social media platforms, a tool that has become even more critical for reaching your community members during the last year. The webinar will also address how to define a social media strategy, set objectives for your social media marketing campaigns and measure success through social media metrics and analytics.
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April 14, 2021
1-2:30 pm EDT
Trainer: Kim Linkel
Sector Collaboration Drives Community Change

Looking for ways to truly engage sector representatives to assist in driving community change? We will explore innovative ways to bring all sectors to the table and keep them there. From the school sector to the healthcare sector to the business sector, we'll take a look at the sectors coalitions need to have around the table to truly make the change they are striving to make. Oftentimes, coalitions do not know who within a sector group they should initially engage or invite to the table. Learn how others have brought people to the table and kept them long-term. Many times, looking at the WIFM (What’s in it for Me) is what really creates true engagement. During this session there will be real life examples shared of how coalitions have continued to work collaboratively to drive change throughout their community.
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May 19, 2021
1-2:30 PM EDT
Trainer: Colber Prosper

Race and Injustice

The death of Mr. George Floyd has sparked discussions, protests and policy changes in communities across the nation. However, many communities are unable to address racial injustice because they lack the knowledge and competences to collaborate for change in a constructive manner. There is good news! Coalitions can and have served as leaders to enhance their communities’ collaborative capacities. This session will introduce the concepts of collaborative leadership and implicit bias. Participants will have opportunities to discuss these concepts and how they will apply them in their communities.
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Communities Reaching Common GroundExploring Your Inner SelfCommunity Tool Box: Promoting Participation Among Diverse GroupsCommunity Tool Box: Community Readiness, CDC Health Disparities and Inequalities ReportCDC’s Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Program and CADCA Primers

May 26, 2021
1-2:30 PM EDT
Presenter: 
CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health
Free and Low-Cost Communication Resources for Tobacco Prevention
CADCA’s Geographic Health Equity Alliance is partnering with the CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) to present “Health Communication Resources to Support Your Tobacco Control and Prevention Goals.” This webinar will discuss the role of health communications in supporting tobacco prevention and control goals and will familiarize attendees with the resources available at CDC’s Media Campaign Resource Center.
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June 16, 2021
1-2:30 pm EDT
Trainer: Jerria Martin

Wedding of the Century: Prevention, Treatment and Recovery

Opioids have created an unprecedented health crisis. While coalition leaders work tirelessly with sector representatives by bridging social divides in our nation's communities, it's important for prevention leaders to create unprecedented responses and strategies to combat the opioid epidemic by regularly reaching out to and collaborating with local, state and federal treatment and recovery partners. It is imperative that we nurture and build these relationships within our coalition by understanding the plethora of ways we help each other fulfill our drug-free mission. You're in for a treat as this rousing wedding themed presentation will feature fun-filled and engaging material from a national Opioid Response Network Prevention Specialist.
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August 18, 2021
1-2:30 pm EDT
Presenters:
 Mike Freeman and Kevin McCloskey
Prevention Tools: Building Inclusive Communities for LGBTQ Youth

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth are consistently marginalized and, as a result, are at far greater risk of isolation, depression and substance use and misuse. This webinar will address specific challenges LGBTQ youth face, identify indicators that lead this population to misuse substances and provide techniques to support and uplift LGBTQ youth through the power of language and creating inclusive communities.
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GenderbreadBay Area Transformative Justice Collective Pod MappingPod Mapping InstructionsSOGIE Principles

September 22, 2021
1-2:30 pm EDT
Presenter: CADCA's Public Policy Consultant Sue Thau
Education vs. Lobbying

This webinar addressed the differences between education vs. lobbying, where the line is between them and how to achieve your policy goals with and without direct lobbying.

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The Differences Between 501(c)3 And 501(c)4 Non-Profits

October 20, 2021
1-2:30 pm EDT
Presenters: Jerria Martin, Minister, and Brandis Belser, CDC Project Officer
We're Just Ordinary People: Project Officer Collaboration

They know when we're sleeping on the job. They know when we're awake. They know if our work is bad or good. Yet, they're ordinary people for goodness’ sake. Project officers are more than just the unseen judgmental partners in our grant work. When partnering correctly, they can be the guiding force needed to strengthen your coalition. This session will demonstrate how Brandis Belser, a CDC Project Officer, engages with her coalitions. Brandis will feature one of her own coalition leaders by sharing how her coalition benefits from frequent collaboration.
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November 17, 2021
1-2:30 pm EST
Presenters: Kyra Hill, J.D., Staff Attorney, Public Health Law Center, and Terry Rousey, Youth Tobacco Policy Specialist, State Tobacco Education and Prevention Partnership, Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment
E-Cigarette Collection and Disposal in Schools
GHEA and the Public Health Law Center recently presented “E-Cigarette Collection and Disposal in Schools: ABCs and FAQs”. This webinar discussed the hazardous waste status of e-cigarettes, highlighted current local and state efforts, and shared best practices that schools (and other public entities) can adopt to handle and regulate these products.
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December 1, 2021
1-2:30 pm EST
Trainer: Kristina Clark

Effective Sustainability Planning
Are you chasing funding year after year? Have you wondered, “what are we going to do after this grant ends?” If the answer is yes, then it is time to find a Sustainability Plan that works for your organization. During this session, participants will learn how to develop an actionable Sustainability Plan that sets coalitions up for success.
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Training topics include COVID-19, youth engagement, sustainability and more.