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
Massachusetts Prevention Efforts Target Opioid Overdoses

A review of Massachusetts’ grant-funded efforts to reduce opioid-related overdoses between 2006 and 2011.

Grantee Story 2015
Media Messaging to Reduce Opioid Misuse and Abuse: Selected Examples from the Northeast

This tool highlights examples of messaging efforts developed by states located in the northeast region of United States.

T/TA Tools 2016
Michigan Weaves Cultural Competency into its Substance Misuse Services

A new cultural competence toolkit helps substance misuse service providers in Michigan improve the effectiveness of their prevention efforts.

Grantee Story 2015
Minimizing Evaluation Costs

Understanding the cost of evaluations and the realities of the budget can help prevention practitioners focus on the right results.

T/TA Tools 2015
Mississippi’s SmartTrack Survey Enhances Agency Collaboration

Learn how Mississippi’s SmartTrack survey on youth substance misuse strengthened prevention collaboration among its many stakeholders.

Grantee Story 2015
Mobilizing Partnerships and Resources to Address Substance Abuse and Suicide

Mobilizing partnerships and resources helps prevention professionals work across disciplines to address substance misuse and suicide.

Webinar 2014
Model Programs Guide

The Department of Justice’s Model Programs Guide provides prevention practitioners with examples of more than 200 evidence-based programs.

T/TA Tools 2015
National Data Sources

Access SAMHSA and other national data sources to help inform your prevention planning efforts.

T/TA Tools 2015
National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices

CAPT encourages practitioners to access SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

T/TA Tools 2015
Needs Assessment and Cultural Competence: Questions to Ask

Find a list of questions to ask during the needs assessment process to ensure that your prevention efforts are inclusive and culturally relevant.

T/TA Tools 2015
Nevada’s State-Tribal Partnership Thrives

Learn how Nevada prevention practitioners built a thriving state-tribal partnership with its 27 federally recognized tribes based on dialogue and data sharing.

Grantee Story 2015
New Jersey Shores Up Its Data on Older Adults and Substance Misuse

New Jersey has refocused its prevention efforts to address substance misuse among older adults.

Grantee Story 2015
New Prevention Collaboration in Action Toolkit Features Stories of Success

This introduction to Prevention Collaboration in Action, the CAPT’s new online tool, features quotes from developers and direct links to the tool.

Grantee Story 2016
Online Epidemiology Courses and Related Resources

Find online epidemiology resources offered through government and private agencies and schools of public health.

T/TA Tools 2015
Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit

The SAMHSA Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit helps communities and local governments develop policies and practices for reducing opioid-related overdoses and deaths.

T/TA Tools 2015
Other Sources of Data Related to Non-Medical Use of 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
Overview of Evaluation

Evaluation is the systemic collection and analysis of information about interventions to improve effectiveness and guide decisions.

T/TA Tools 2015
Plain Language Thesaurus for Health Communications

The Plain Language Thesaurus for Health Communications can help you communicate health information in a manner that is clear and easy to understand.

T/TA Tools 2015
Planning for Community Change: Assessing Readiness

Find guidance on ensuring that the community change strategies you select as part of prevention planning are based on an assessment of community readiness.

T/TA Tools 2015
Planning for Sustainability

Developing a community prevention system with the capacity to sustain population-level reductions in substance use disorders requires strategic planning.

T/TA Tools 2015

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