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
National Data Sources

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

T/TA Tools 2015
National Registry Evidence-based Programs

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

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

Staff from SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) answer frequently asked questions about submission and review processes.

T/TA Tools 2015
National Webcasts Promote Coordinated Approach

Learn about two national webinars that help prevention practitioners make the connection between substance misuse and suicide.

T/TA Tools 2015
Needs Assessment Cultural Competence Questions

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 Mexico: Benefits of an Assertive TA Process

Evaluator Michael Coop describes how an assertive technical assistance process helped New Mexico communities with few resources address underage drinking.

Video 2013
New York Media Prevention Efforts

CAPT partnered with New York State practitioners to support the use of media in a prevention effort that sought widespread change.

Grantee Story 2015
Online Epidemiology Courses 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
Overview of Evaluation

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

T/TA Tools 2015
Partnerships Resources Substance Misuse Suicide

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

Webinar 2014
Peer Sharing Fosters Grantee Collaboration

Learn how CAPT fosters collaboration among Partnerships for Success (PFS) grantees through peer-sharing calls to discuss emerging prevention issues.

Grantee Story 2015
Plain Language 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 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
Policy Development in Alaska: Unintended Consequences

Prevention professionals must anticipate the consequences of potential policy changes and assess how those changes may impact their prevention efforts.

Video 2012
Policy Development in Louisiana: Alcohol-free Zones

Louisiana is reducing underage and binge drinking by establishing alcohol-free zones at fairs and festivals.

Video 2012
Positive Approaches to Preventing Substance Use and Misuse Among Boys and Young Men of Color

This practice-support tool provides summaries of interventions that help young people develop abilities and attitudes necessary to succeed and thrive.

T/TA Tools 2016
Practitioners Collaborate Across Disciplines to Inform Heroin Policy

Wisconsin is addressing its growing heroin problem through collaborative prevention efforts by using expertise from diverse sectors.

Grantee Story 2015

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