Grantee Stories, Tools, and Resources

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

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Adverse Childhood Experiences: Implications for Transforming Our Systems of Care

Coordinating services is essential to transforming systems of care, particularly those that address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their consequences.

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Washington State Family Policy Council: Shaping Policy to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences

Laura Porter, a prevention leader from Washington State, gives a firsthand account of how policy can be shaped to address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).

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Adverse Childhood Experiences: Risk Factors for Substance Misuse and Mental Health

Learn how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) increase the likelihood for substance misuse and other problems in later life.

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Understanding Cultural Conditions

Access a video of three evaluators discussing the importance of cultural competence in delivering prevention program services.

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Prevention in CNMI: Achieving Cultural Competence in a Small but Diverse Nation

Prevention and epidemiology specialist James Arriola discusses the value of providing culturally competent prevention services in the Northern Mariana Islands.

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Checking Our Assumptions: Family Involvement in the Latino Community

A behavioral health practitioner from Atlanta urges his peers to check their assumptions about community substance use.

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Learn to Grow, Inc.: Facilitating Community Change

Vincent Vandiegriff, Executive Director for Learn to Grow, Inc., underscores the importance of empowering community members to address community problems.

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Building Support for Policy Change at the Tribal Level: The Role of Cherokee Nation in Passing Cody's Law

Cherokee Nation prevention official Levi Keehler describes how the tribe supported Cody’s Law, legislation that holds adults accountable for underage drinking.

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Implementing Policy Change: The Role of Enforcement

Learn how consistent and visible policy enforcement has impacted underage drinking in Oklahoma.

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Policy Development: What are Social Host Laws?

Social host laws—legislation that penalizes adults who allow underage drinking on their premises—can be effective in reducing underage drinking.

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Preparing Coalitions to Use Environmental Prevention Strategies

Aligning strategies and outcomes are among the key factors that coalitions must consider when preparing to implement environmental prevention strategies.

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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.

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Policy Development in Louisiana: Establishing Alcohol-free Zones

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

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Prevention in New Hampshire: Working Regionally to Make an Impact

Valerie Morgan, a New Hampshire prevention official, describes how the state works with its regional prevention centers to address substance-related issues.

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Prevention in Kentucky: Laying the Foundation for Ongoing Collaboration

Connie Smith, a Kentucky prevention official, describes how the state’s 14 regional prevention centers are working together to reduce underage drinking.

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Prevention in South Carolina: Building Capacity through Coaching

South Carolina official Michelle Nienhaus discusses the state’s use of regional capacity coaches to provide training and technical assistance to grantees.

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Prevention in South Carolina: Overcoming Challenges

Discover how South Carolina identified underage drinking and alcohol-related accidents as prevention priorities and succeeded in overcoming those challenges.

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Prevention in the Wake of Disaster

Leslie Brougham Freeman, a Louisiana prevention official, describes the impact of recent natural disasters on the state's prevention activities and practitioner roles.

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Training and Technical Assistance in New York State: The Value of a Regional Approach

Learn how New York successfully delivers training and technical assistance services across a large and diverse state.

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Evidence-based Prevention: The New York State of Mind

New York State prevention official Barry Donovan describes his state’s efforts to ensure that its funded providers implement evidence-based programming.

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