Grantee Stories, Tools, and Other Resources

Find grantee stories, tools, videos, and other resources to support your prevention efforts.

Resource Title Description Resource Type Date Added
Conducting Key Informant Interviews

Find tips for conducting interviews with key informants to help give your conversation direction and make the respondent feel at ease.

T/TA Tools 2015
Consumption Data Prescription Drug Abuse

This chart includes national and local sources of consumption data on prescription drug abuse and misuse, including source descriptions and website addresses.

T/TA Tools 2015
Consumption Data Underage Drinking

This tool includes data sources used to collect consumption data on underage drinking at the national, state, and local levels.

T/TA Tools 2015
Contract Supports Epidemiological Workgroups

CAPT and State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroups (SEOW) work together to help practitioners understand and use data in their prevention efforts.

Grantee Story 2015
Coping Traumatic Events Resources

Find online resources designed to assist parents, educators, and other professionals help children cope with traumatic events.

T/TA Tools 2015
Core Components Why They Matter

Learn about the core components of evidence-based interventions and programs and why they matter to prevention efforts and outcomes.

T/TA Tools 2015
Creating Function Structure of Evidence Based Workgroups

Learn about the creation, function, and structure of evidence-based workgroups in substance misuse prevention.

T/TA Tools 2015
Creating Lasting Family Connections

CAPT TA helped the developer of Creating Lasting Family Connections (CLFC) evaluate why the CLFC programs are so successful.

T/TA Tools 2015
Criteria for Analyzing Assessment Data

Analyzing assessment data with five key criteria can provide insight into how to focus efforts to meet community needs and set prevention priorities.

T/TA Tools 2015
Data Collection Methods: Pros and Cons

Learning the pros and cons of data collection methods can help you find the right data to inform program development and assessment.

T/TA Tools 2015
Data Help Louisiana Prioritize Prevention Efforts

Learn how Louisiana prioritizes its substance misuse prevention efforts by analyzing emergency department data.

Grantee Story 2015
Data Non-Medical Use Prescription Drugs

This resource includes four data sources related to the non-medical use of prescription drugs to help you with your prevention planning efforts.

T/TA Tools 2015
Data Prevention Planning SEOW

Learn how state epidemiological outcomes workgroups (SEOWs) identify, analyze, profile, and share data to inform prevention planning.

T/TA Tools 2015
Data Related to Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs

This chart includes national and local sources of consequence data on prescription drug abuse and misuse, including source descriptions and website addresses.

T/TA Tools 2015
Data-Based Prevention State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroups

Learn how State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroups (SEOWs) collect and share data with prevention professionals to develop effective prevention programs.

T/TA Tools 2015
Data-driven Decision-making in South Carolina

Steve Burritt, an evaluator for South Carolina’s Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG), describes lessons learned from data assessment.

Video 2012
Deaths Involving Opioid Analgesics

Deaths involving opioid analgesics nearly quadrupled between 1999 and 2011, according to this report on the age-adjusted rate of U.S. drug poisoning fatalities.

T/TA Tools 2015
Determining Levels of Involvement

The Determining Levels of Involvement table describes four ways in which groups can work together: networking, cooperation, coordination, and collaboration.

T/TA Tools 2015
Developing a Social Marketing Campaign

Following these ten steps helps to ensure your prevention-focused social marketing campaign reaches its intended audience and proves effective.

T/TA Tools 2015
Developing an Effective Elevator Pitch

This tool is designed to help prevention practitioners develop a compelling argument, or “elevator pitch,” in order to engage potential partners in collaboration.

T/TA Tools 2015

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