The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Create a multicultural community assessment plan; form a new multi-cultural task force to monitor local ordinances and recommend policy; draft a 3 year underage drinking plan with a focus on multicultural youth & young adults; host 3 town hall meetings at local college campuses; create a bilingual PSA media campaign; distribute social host, STOP Act materials, and SAMHSA's substance abuse /mental health information to 150 local elected officials; disseminate 5,000 of the Surgeon General's guide to action for families, communities, & educators; distribute SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." Campaign materials; establish collaborative network of "on-the-ground" partnerships to engage in policy advocacy; monitor alcohol density and outdoor signage ordinance; and submit 3-year plan and recommend social host ordinance policy changes to the City Council and County Supervisors.

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SP021898-01 AMISTADES, INC. TUCSON AZ JASSO RICARDO $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Address and change social norms around underage drinking across our county; address seven strategies to achieve community change using traditional and social media to provide information on the risks of alcohol misuse and the importance of parents; talking to youth about underage drinking; and modeling appropriate alcohol behavior and establishing clear family rules about no underage drinking.

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SP021899-01 MATFORCE, THE YAVAPAI COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE COALITION PRESCOTT VALLEY AZ FOWLER MERILEE $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Reach over 25,000 community members through social media and issue briefs; reach over 1,500 community members at events; reach and educate at least 80 adults and 100 youth in prevention education sessions; increase the knowledge and ability of five youth and 15 adults to prevent underage drinking; engage 10 local businesses and 150 adults in identifying risks for youth access to alcohol; involve Chandler Police in four shoulder tapping events to serve 160 individuals; increase staff and CCYSA capacity through completion of four training sessions per year; increase opportunities for community involvement through monthly CCYSA meetings; and refer 25 individuals in need of additional services to address alcohol use/misuse.

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SP021993-01 IMPROVING CHANDLER AREA NEIGHBORHOODS CHANDLER AZ KOWALSKI MELISSA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Building the Coalition's prevention capacity through trainings on underage drinking, cultural competency, and environmental prevention; decreasing disparities through targeted outreach to increase participation by the Latino and Native American communities; establishing a Youth Coalition to plan and create youth-led activities; raising community awareness through a media campaign; and working with other DFC Coalitions toward a countywide Social Host Ordinance.

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SP021855-01 THE HARWOOD MEMORIAL PARK, INC. LAYTONVILLE CA SHIELDS SPENCE JAYMA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Build the Coalition's prevention capacity through trainings on underage drinking, cultural competency, and environmental prevention; Decrease disparities through outreach to increase participation by the Latino community; Establish a Youth Coalition to provide input on planning, develop an informational video on underage alcohol use, and carry out project activities such as the Responsible Alcohol Merchants Award program to recognize compliant alcohol merchants; Raise community awareness of underage alcohol use through Town Hall meetings, enforcement of the social host ordinance, and an evidence-based prevention curriculum; and Work with other DFC Coalitions toward a countywide Social Host Ordinance.

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SP021856-01 MENDOCINO COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT UKIAH CA KLIMIST KYREE $47,155

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Educate and promote the adoption of family-friendly policies among local retailers and public event hosts and increasing awareness among parents about the Social Host Ordinances; Conduct media campaigns and work with parents to raise awareness about under-age drinking; and Engage youth as leaders among their peers and in the community.

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SP021940-01 NAPA COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION NAPA CA SUTKOWI-HEMSTREET ANNE $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Reduce underage alcohol use by targeting key physical spaces ( school campuses, neighborhoods), social environments (community events, family homes) and community systems (schools, healthcare and retail environments) to achieve primary objectives of increasing early interventions, positive social norms, and youth perception of harm and decreasing accessibility to alcohol and community attitude of permissiveness.

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SP022019-01 COMMUNITY RECOVERY RESOURCES, INC. GRASS VALLEY CA ROGERS SHELLEY $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Provide responsible beverage service trainings; conduct focus groups; host town hall meetings; hold a reality party; train youth to conduct a photo-voice product; and conduct key informant interviews.

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SP021895-01 NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE - ORANGE COUNTY LAKE FOREST CA DRENICK GWEN $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Train youth from the target populations to conduct assessments of off-sale alcohol retail outlets in five business corridors to determine baseline compliance with existing Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Retail Operating Standards; conduct annual reassessments and combine with overlapping crime mapping to encourage compliance; provide ATOD education to the target populations; maintain advocacy by partnering in law enforcement, business, City Council, media, residents, schools and other sectors for stricter enforcement and/or new legislation to reduce youth access to alcohol; engage target population youth and parents in ongoing campaigns - Parents A Powerful Tool to Prevent Underage Drinking, Hands Off Holidays, Live2Graduate, Social Host Ordinance, Healthy Retailer Designation Program -to further reduce alcohol access and availability.

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SP021975-01 SAY SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO CA CIARMOLI CLAUDIA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Increasing involvement and education of parents and community stakeholders to bring awareness to the problem of underage drinking and the community's role in its solution; A social norms approach to normalize good decision-making; Offering Life Skills Parents Curriculum Training and Youth Mental Health First Aid courses to educate parents on the issues of younger students as related to alcohol use, and to help them build stronger prevention skills; Engaging more community partners in sponsoring safe and healthy activities that appeal to youth in the pre-teen and early teen years; Hosting Town Hall Meetings annually that maintains a community conversation about underage drinking and a shared responsibility for prevention.

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SP021912-01 VISTA COMMUNITY CLINIC VISTA CA STAMM NANNNETTE $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Enhance skills by providing at least two sector-based trainings to increase coalition skills to address binge drinking and social access to alcohol; Providing training and materials to alcohol retail businesses to increase their skills and readiness to prevent 3rd party sales of alcohol to minors; Reduce access and enhance barriers by implementing a youth led social marketing campaign in both school and community sectors targeting youth and aimed at reducing underage binge drinking behaviors; and Reduce social access to alcohol by Durham Middlefield's 9th-12th graders including 3rd party sales through a combination of enforcement, social marketing and information sharing.

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SP021877-01 DURHAM MIDDLEFIELD YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES, INC. MIDDLEFIELD CT DEAN EILZABETH $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

To enhance its Drug Free Communities (DFC), ETC plans to use STOP funds to reduce underage drinking, increase awareness within the community about the social and behavioral effects of drinking and effect town/school wide policy changes pertaining to youth and alcohol.

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SP021881-01 TOWN OF ENFIELD ENFIELD CT HAUGHEY JEAN $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Fully engaging pediatricians, law enforcement, parents, and faith leaders in substance abuse prevention activities, thereby increasing the awareness in the City of Meriden and further impacting the entire community in regards to preventing underage drinking.

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SP021964-01 RUSHFORD CENTER, INC. MERIDEN CT SPRAGUE SHERYL $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Increase coalition capacity to represent vulnerable populations including LGBTQ, veterans and their families, Native Americans, youth in the juvenile justice system and youth in the alternative educational system; create subcommittee on increasing access to services; provide SPF training for subcommittee members; and conduct at least three key informant interviews regarding the best way to schedule and recruit participants for SIS sessions.

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SP021918-01 SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL ACTION COUNCIL NORWICH CT DEVINE MICHELE $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implementing public awareness/messaging campaigns; providing youth and adults advocacy training focusing on underage drinking/alcohol policies/laws; providing vendor education training and outreach in support of government investigator-led compliance checks; and holding community forums/town halls featuring youth advocates and championing community-level changes regarding underage access and consumption of alcohol.

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SP022053-01 BRIDGING RESOURCES IN COMMUNITIES, INC. WASHINGTON DC PARKER ROSALIND $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Assess the need for new Safe Haven sites; identify alcohol retailers for ABT compliance checks; assess data gathered at Town Hall meetings to inform and improve coalition activities; establish UP-DFCC as a town hall host site; create and train the UP-DFCC subcommittee to execute the event; and develop STOP Underage drinking program messaging, fact sheets and media materials.

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SP022013-01 GANG ALTERNATIVES, INC. MIAMI FL NOZILE MICHAEL $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Education on the dangers of underage drinking and excessive alcohol abuse, changing negative community norms, and reducing access to alcohol for minors; implementations of Compliance Checks; Provide Responsible Vendor Training; conduct a Town Hall Meeting; Develop and implement a Social Norming Campaigns; provide alcohol free events for youth; provide parent presentations; develop a Resource Guide; develop a Young Adult Alcohol Committee; and develop data collection tools.

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SP021862-01 HERNANDO COUNTY COMMUNITY ANTI-DRUG COALITION CORPORATION SPRING HILL FL WATSON TRESA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implementing two alcohol online courses to 15-20 year old college students (including dually enrolled high school students), including one specifically designed for students who violate school alcohol policies; Working with code enforcement to better enforce existing codes to prevent merchants from the public display of vulgar t-shirts and merchandise that glorify and promote underage alcohol use; Expanding the Keys to be the Change to the upper keys and middle schools (peer to peer social norming); and Increasing outreach to alcohol vendors in the middle and upper Keys to implement 40 additional Responsible Vendor Trainings annually (160 total) and to implement enhanced policies and signage; and increasing the No One's House campaign for parents and community members and increased reach via movie theaters, radio and materials.

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SP022022-01 MONROE COUNTY COALITION, INC. KEY WEST FL MOORE SUSAN $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce alcohol use among youth by implementing the following strategies:

Increase in knowledge regarding underage drinking and its consequences; Increase communication between parents, caregivers and youth; invest in alcohol-free youth friendly programs and environments; Provide positive scaffolding for children and adolescents to protect them from alcohol use; and Market campaign effectiveness as measured by assessment of the amount of exposure and "reach" from the campaign.

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SP022024-01 UNITED WAY OF BROWARD COUNTY, INC. FORT LAUDERDALE FL CADIMA GONZALO $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Reduce retail access by adopting the point-of purchase ordinance, which requires signage at all alcohol outlets in all municipalities in PBC; Educate and inform teens and adults about the pitfalls of underage drinking and bridge the gap between the perceptions (all kids drink) and the reality (76% of PBC youth (?) don't drink) of underage drinking in Palm Beach County; and Reduce social access.

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SP021980-01 PALM BEACH COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE COALITION BOYNTON BEACH FL KADEL JEFF $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce alcohol use among youth in Gwinnett County, GA by implementing the following strategies:

Establish Youth Action Teams in two high schools; provide leadership training to previously underserved teens; Implement law enforcement compliance checks to prevent the sale of alcohol to minors; Conduct prevention campaigns to educate parents and other adults about the health risks and consequences inherent in adolescent alcohol use; Implement a positive social norms campaign to recruit adult support to assure that alcohol is not a part of teen social events; Advocate with the cities to mandate alcohol server/handler permits with requisite training; Increase penalties for alcohol sales to minors; and Pass social host ordinances with administrative penalties.

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SP021876-01 GWINNETT COALITION FOR HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, INC. LAWRENCEVILLE GA GERSTEIN ELLEN $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Increasing coordination efforts with the community of Lanai's schools, law enforcement agencies, private nonprofit agencies, and federal, state and local governments to build upon the Coalition for a Drug-Free Lana'i (CDFL); and enhance known protective factors and reduce known risk factors associated with alcohol use.

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SP022029-01 KUMPANG LANAI LANAI CITY HI AOKI JOELLE $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Complete risk assessment for each alcohol venue including current alcohol policies; mine the Iowa Hospital Association's new Community Health Information Management Enterprise (CHIME) Maps to more deeply identify socio-economic health disparities of their Patients; hold listening sessions with low income families with children to gain a deeper understanding of their felt needs to support healthy children; and track capacity variables, i.e. training needs, and community data related to the STOP Act.

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SP022051-01 UPPER DES MOINES OPPORTUNITY, INC. GRAETTINGER IA GETTING KATHY $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implementation of a policy in Central City requiring businesses that sell alcohol to participate in Responsible Beverage Server training; work with the Mount Vernon and Lisbon Police Departments and Linn County's Sherriff's Office to implement a Shoulder Tap Program; and implement town hall meetings; and educate Cornell College's Alcohol EDU Program on the Social Host Ordinance.

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SP021890-01 MOUNT VERNON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT MOUNT VERNON IA JOHNSON ERICKA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Assess the community's cultural needs through focus groups and discussions; ensure all program hand-outs, flyers and consent forms are available to the participants in English and Spanish; organize and empower sectors of the community to play an active role in alcohol prevention; recruit and train staff and community volunteers on cultural competence and program needs; assess and map existing underage drinking and alcohol prevention programs in the South Lawndale Community; assess and include available research and prevention data in the STOP Act program plan to ensure integration of evidence based practices; and develop implementation strategies to address the four core measures of alcohol abuse in community youth, age of onset, frequency of use, perception of risk and perception of parental disapproval.

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SP021921-01 SGA YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES CHICAGO IL FERNANDEZ ANDREW $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Expanding current use and contributing factors to include data about how underage drinking is occurring in the community; expanding coalition membership and developing underage drinking policies and enforcement plans where they don't exist; develop communication campaign, enforce new underage drinking policies and completing communication campaign; and evaluate effectiveness of new policies and social host law and collect use and perception of risk data.

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SP021941-01 RENZ ADDICTION COUNSELING CENTER (RENZ CENTER) ELGIN IL GASCA RICARDO $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implement alcohol compliance checks; limit youth access through mystery shopper operations; implement a high-impact culturally tailored parent education campaign; and disseminate information to the community on the extent of the problem of UD and effective strategies to prevent and reduce UD through community town halls and forums.

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SP021917-01 ASIAN HEALTH COALITION OF ILLINOIS CHICAGO IL FORFIA ANGELA $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

The goal of this proposed project is to strengthen collaboration by enhancing and expanding the current efforts of the Coalition (GBC) and its Action Committees to implement evidence-based strategies, policies, practices, and programs that will prevent and reduce underage drinking and high risk/binge drinking among youth.

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SP022004-01 CHICAGO AREA PROJECT, INC. CHICAGO IL TAYLOR LAUREL $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Expand existing underage drinking prevention efforts to reduce disparities in adolescent alcohol use among the underserved populations of Franklin County.

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SP021916-01 FRANKLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION BROOKVILLE IN BROWN MELINDA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Addressing social access issues through increased enforcement and education on existing policies; increased parental awareness and engagement in underage drinking efforts; decreased favorable social norms about underage drinking; expand efforts to reach Hispanic organizations and youth; and reach girls who are now drinking alcohol at a higher percentage than boys in Shawnee County.

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SP021871-01 SHAWNEE REGIONAL PREVENTION AND RECOVERY SERVICES, INC. TOPEKA KS PANKRATZ KRISTI $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Providing materials and presentations in Spanish (e.g., Social Host Liability training in Spanish for Hispanic/Latino parents); Increasing community collaboration to better represent the diversity of the Gardner community; and Growing its membership by developing relationships with stakeholders who have connections with diverse populations in Gardner.

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SP021938-01 L.U.K. INCORPORATED FITCHBURG MA SANABRIA E VICENTE $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Conduct evidence based underage drinking enforcement practices including training; develop and implement tracking, monitoring, and reporting system for youth caught in possession; and a Diversion Program Advisory Committee will convene to explore best practices, select a curriculum, and recruit a licensed professional facilitator to be held 6 times per year for offenders.

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SP021953-01 MELROSE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT MELROSE MA CLAY RUTH $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Using a social norms approach to normalize good decision-making; Offering the Life Skills Parents Curriculum Training and Youth Mental Health First Aid courses to educate parents on the issues of younger students as related to alcohol use, and to help them build stronger prevention skills; Engaging more community partners in sponsoring safe and healthy activities that appeal to youth in the pre-teen and early teen years; and Hosting Town Hall Meetings annually that maintains a community conversation about underage drinking and a shared responsibility for prevention.

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SP021905-01 HAMPDEN-WILBRAHAM REGIONAL SCHOOL DIST WILBRAHAM MA KAHN GINA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Develop a policy task force to work on local and state policies around youth alcohol; develop neighborhood networks while adding a parent focus to help engage a most influential group on youth decisions; continue to strengthen the Healthy Gloucester Collaborative Gloucester Youth Council; prevent and reduce substance use among youth ages 12-20; address local and state polices; decrease youth access to alcohol by increasing enforcement; and change community norms by targeting youth serving agencies, parents and youth.

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SP021914-01 CITY OF GLOUCESTER GLOUCESTER MA WHITNEY JOAN $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Create a mechanism for the sectors of the community that are working largely independently on this issue to partner on the issue; Expand enforcement activities; Enhance public awareness of the problem of underage drinking, the laws, efforts to enforce the law, results of those efforts, and what everyone in the community can do to reduce underage drinking; Develop a focused multidisciplinary approach in order that schools as well as community partners, may increase capacity to address underage drinking that includes awareness and skills trainings for school and community resource officers; and Use the results of enforcement efforts to target and drive specific changes in rules, systems, policies and local laws that should be changed to reduce underage use.

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SP022007-01 HEALTHY COMMUNITIES OF THE CAPITAL AREA GARDINER ME JOY JOANNE $47,156

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Strengthen collaboration among communities, the federal government, state/local government , and tribal governments; enhance intergovernmental cooperation and coordinate on the issue of alcohol use among youth; and serve as a catalyst for increased citizen participation and greater collaboration among all sectors and organizations of the community that demonstrate a long term commitment to reducing alcohol use among youth.

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SP022020-01 REDINGTON-FAIRVIEW GENERAL HOSPITAL SKOWHEGAN ME L'ITALIEN MATTHEW $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implement the Preventing Teen Alcohol Abuse (PTAA) project; increase awareness about the harms of underage drinking; increase resiliency by grade level within the high school student population; and increase knowledge, skills and support of the associated parent population.

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SP022016-01 BIRMINGHAM BLOOMFIELD COMMUNITY COALITION, INC. BLOOMFIELD HILLS MI MASTROIANNI CAROL $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Enhance ability/capacity of established community organizations to create community-level change regarding underage drinking; catalyzed and strengthened collaboration within the community and governments to reduce alcohol use among youth and young adults; enhanced intergovernmental cooperation and coordination on the issue of youth alcohol use; Mitigated barriers to collaboration with institutions of higher education, local education agencies, and state counterparts of the ICCPUD and the Single State Authority (SSA); host at least one local, underage drinking Town Hall Meeting; Enhanced (not supplanted), implement and evaluate strategic action plan (ensuring both cultural competency and sustainability of strategies) to address underage drinking; and develop and implement at least one viable strategy to institutionalize and sustain community collaboration and implementation of strategies to prevent/reduce underage drinking.

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SP022012-01 ALLIANCE FOR YOUTH, INC. GREAT FALLS MT THAYER JANET $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Promote responsible alcohol sales and service trainings; Develop media advocacy focusing on enforcement; and develop the Montana DFC Consortium.

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SP021888-01 BUTTE CARES, INC. BUTTE MT LOWNEY LINDA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Explore database collection systems; increase cultural competency; expand youth leadership development; explore additional sustainability opportunities; implement a misdemeanor probation program; and coordinate with law enforcement agencies and highlight the important work they do

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SP022148-01 COUNTY OF LINCOLN LIBBY MT ANDERSON MARGARET $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Providing educational presentations, workshops or seminars or other presentations of data; Providing training on the judicial systems, school policies and cultural competence; Providing support by creating opportunities to support people to participate in activities that reduce risk or enhance protection; Enhancing access/reducing barriers by improving systems and processes to increase the ease, ability and opportunity to utilize those systems (i.e., Justice step by step; Information in Spanish); Changing consequences by increasing or decreasing the probability of a specific behavior that reduces risk or enhances protection by altering the consequences for performing that behavior (i.e., increase diversion participants, recognize numbers of stakeholder groups that alter behaviors via APP and conventional methods); Changing the physical design or structure of the environment to reduce risk by identifying campus drinking in dorms or around campuses and enhance protection - signage, lighting; and Making formal change in written procedures (i.e., proclamations, citation rules (written documentation within government, communities and campus organizations).

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SP022030-01 PINNACLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION DURHAM NC BOONE WANDA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Reduce access to alcohol by youth and increase perception of harm of underage drinking among youth and in the community by reducing retail access, reducing access from home and at parties, increase youth low perception of harm and address community cultural norms.

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SP021961-01 COUNTY OF TRANSYLVANIA BREVARD NC GORMAN KAREN $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implement efforts that will reinforce strategies outlined at the federal level by launching a media campaign that will highlight the consequences for youth and adult severs, and publicize existing laws against underage alcohol use.

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SP022009-01 NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE, INC. EAST BRUNSWICK NJ VARVI HELEN $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Conducting focus groups; expand outreach efforts and planned activities to target students in middle school; implement DUI checkpoints; conduct sticker shock campaigns; provide responsible beverage service training; identify and provide opportunities for youth leadership trainings for teens; and translate all educational materials.

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SP022010-01 CHILDREN'S AID AND FAMILY SERVICES, INC. PARAMUS NJ HARRIES SAMANTHA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Implement mandatory alcohol education for youth and their parents into Juvenile Probation and Station House Adjustment; Incorporate alcohol education into Middle Earth programs including: Journeys, Promise, Community Drop-In Centers, and 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) afterschool program in Bound Brook; Partner with Middle Earth to empower families with information, skills and support on preventing underage drinking at 21st CCLC Family Nights; and Educate program staff and volunteers on the risks of underage drinking.

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SP021946-01 EMPOWER SOMERSET, INC. SOMERVILLE NJ ESLER BRENDA $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies: Shedding light on the current attitudes and norms surrounding underage drinking and offering solutions to individual community's problems. Create opportunity for schools to discuss and discover best practices, create an outlet for community members to come together and address concerns specific to their neighborhoods, and offers opportunities for many community sectors to collaborate on projects.

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SP021875-01 CAPE MAY COUNTY COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE, INC. WILDWOOD NJ FALDETTA KIM $47,145

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Strengthening collaboration across the sectors with a particular focus on addressing the needs of Phillipsburg's fast growing Hispanic population; utilizing and disseminating HHS CLAS Needs Assessment and Cultural Competency materials to the Coalition and its partners; and making existing resources more culturally competent following the CLAS guidelines in order to more effectively address the growing Hispanic youth, parent and family population with appropriate strategies reflecting an understanding and adopting the HHS standards for cultural competency.

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SP021956-01 COMMUNITY PREVENTION RESOURCES OF WARREN COUNTY, INC. WASHINGTON NJ DAY YVETTE $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Expanding the DFC coalition by engaging significant governmental involvement; providing consistent messages about underage drinking statistics; developing and implementing extensive awareness campaigns; establishing a one-to-one sector collaboration with one municipality per year; developing media campaign directed at teens and adults using social and traditional media to disseminate information; and implement "Get Your ID Out" campaign.

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SP022034-01 MORRIS COUNTY PREVENTION IS KEY, INC. ROCKAWAY NJ GOEKE CHRISTOPHER $47,145

The Coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Address binge drinking among underage Hudson County, NJ College students, LGBTQ, and those in the Greek system by increasing environmental strategies that change polices, practices and social norms on campus, and with local alcohol vendors.

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SP021903-01 NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE OF HUDSON COUNTY SECAUCUS NJ CORONADO YAISA $47,155

The coalition will prevent and reduce youth substance use by implementing the following strategies:

Strengthen collaboration among communities and government entities; enhance intergovernmental cooperation and coordination; serve as a catalyst for increased citizen participation and greater collaboration among all sectors and organizations of a community; work towards a long-term commitment to reducing alcohol use among youth; disseminate timely information; and enhance and not supplant effective local community initiatives for preventing and reducing alcohol among youth.

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
SP021966-01 CAPACITY BUILDERS, INC. FARMINGTON NM TARAZON MELISSA $47,145

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