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
Prevention in the Context of Primary Care: Opportunities for Collaboration

The Prevention in the Context of Primary Care webinar offers collaborative intervention strategies for reducing substance misuse among adolescents.

Webinar 2014
Prevention in the Marshall Islands: The Role of Tradition

In the Marshall Islands, prevention leaders are tapping cultural practices, knowledge, and skills to address a growing substance use problem.

Video 2012
Prevention Media Campaigns

Find examples of state and national media campaigns designed to promote behavior change in reducing substance misuse.

T/TA Tools 2015
Prevention Messaging In Action: Stories from the Field

This webinar examined the nuts and bolts of developing an effective prevention pitch by engaging participants in an interactive case study designed to highlight key considerations for communicating effectively.

Webinar 2015
Prevention Programs Address Youth Marijuana Use

This CAPT resource provides summaries of interventions that have been shown to prevent or reduce marijuana use among youth.

T/TA Tools 2015
Privacy Protection Mandatory Reporting

Find federal resources on data collection efforts that are subject to federal and state privacy, human subjects protection, and mandatory reporting rules.

T/TA Tools 2015
Process Evaluation to Monitor Implementation

Learn how to use process evaluation to determine if an intervention was implemented as planned and successfully reached the target population.

T/TA Tools 2015
Protective Factors Factsheet

Developed by the Red Lake Nation, this factsheet highlights an array of tribal traditions and activities that protect tribal members from substance abuse and related mental health problems.

T/TA Tools 2015
Reaching and Engaging “Non-College” Young Adults in Prevention Efforts

This CAPT toolkit is designed to help substance misuse prevention practitioners reach and engage with non-college young adults.

T/TA Tools 2015
Reaching Hidden Populations

Learn how collecting epidemiological data helps prevention professionals assess the behavioral health needs of hidden and hard-to-reach populations.

T/TA Tools 2015
Readiness Assessments Help Tribal Leaders

Learn how assessing community resources and readiness helped Montana-Wyoming tribal leaders promote prevention services targeting underage drinking.

Grantee Story 2015
Readiness Social Media Prevention

Use this resource to assess your organization’s readiness to use social media to support your prevention efforts.

T/TA Tools 2015
Red Lake Nation Highlights Culture as Prevention

The Red Lake Nation in Minnesota used data to identify risk and protective factors affecting their tribe and draw on tribal traditions that support prevention.

Grantee Story 2015
Report Reduction Underage Drinking 2012

Learn about the extent of underage drinking in the United States and the various efforts made to address it in 2012.

T/TA Tools 2015
Report to Congress on Underage Drinking

SAMHSA’s 2013 report to Congress on the prevention and reduction of underage drinking provides a summary of prevention best practices.

T/TA Tools 2015
Reporting Evaluation Results

Evaluation results reporting helps you improve your program and is crucial for fundraising and gaining community support.

T/TA Tools 2015
Resources Prescription Drug Abuse

CAPT offers resources that guidance on how to tailor prevention efforts to fight prescription drug misuse.

Grantee Story 2015
Resources Related to Cultural Competence

Review an annotated list of resources for developing culturally competent evaluations.

T/TA Tools 2015
Resources Working With Evaluator

Access resources related to working with an evaluator, including online checklists and other tools.

T/TA Tools 2015
Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Youth Marijuana Use

This CAPT resource provides a summary of research findings on risk and protective factors associated with marijuana use among youth.

T/TA Tools 2015

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