Arts As Prevention - http://www.health.org/features/artprevent/|
The arts and humanities offer tremendous opportunities for building resiliency in youth. They are rich and inexhaustible resources which help young people learn and grow in healthy ways. Research indicates that young people who participate in theater groups, choirs, bands, and other arts and humanities programs are more likely to stay in school and to avoid harmful behaviors. By using the arts and humanities in prevention, teachers, parents and youth workers can create opportunities that foster resiliency and promote healthy development.
CSAP Training Library - http://p2001.health.org/|
This Web page provides a list of links to Center for Substance Abuse Prevention substance abuse prevention training resources on topics including program planning, partnership development, conflict management, cultural diversity, economic development, and coalition building. You can view, download, and print trainer modules and participant materials for each training workshop listed.
National Crime Prevention Council On Line Resource Center - http://www.ncpc.org/|
The National Crime Prevention Council is the Nation's focal point and voice for crime prevention. A source of help for individuals, neighborhoods, communities, and governments. A national nonprofit educational organization.
National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention - http://www.nlcatp.org/|
LCAT provides research, policy analysis, community education, training and information dissemination to reduce the harm caused by alcohol and tobacco in the Latino community.
Prevention Partners - http://www.air.org/preventionpartners/|
The mission of Prevention Partners is to decrease substance use and abuse by bringing effective prevention to every community. The Prevention Partners' Web site is a virtual meeting place for all organizations that want to become involved in a substance abuse prevention effort or want to enhance or expand their current substance abuse prevention activities. This Web site provides organizations with networking opportunities, information, and resources to enable those already in the field to continue and enhance their work and to help newcomers become active in substance abuse prevention.
Prevention Pathways - http://preventionpathways.samhsa.gov/|
Prevention Pathways is an online gateway to information on prevention programs, program implementation, evaluation technical assistance, online courses, and a wealth of other prevention resources. Included are links to SAMHSA's Model Programs, PreventionDSS, and other resources.
PRIDE (Parent Resource Institute for Drug-Free Education) Youth Programs - http://www.prideyouthprograms.org|
PRIDE began as a parents organization and went on to expand its base to serve youth. The organization has evolved into what is now known as PRIDE Youth Programs. PRIDE offers school drug and violence surveying and organizes school teams to counteract drug use. Young people learn problem solving and other life skills, while contributing to their communities. The organization also sponsors an annual national conference.
Regional Alcohol and Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Network - http://ncadi.samhsa.gov/radar/|
The RADAR Network Centers gather, share, and exchange information responding to both the immediate and the long-term substance abuse prevention needs of their communities and operate as an integral part of NCADI's distribution system. Through its close relationship with NCADI, the RADAR Network receives a wealth of information, materials, and resources that enable it to provide and coordinate prevention outreach to special populations and regions while concurrently addressing their own unique needs within the State by tailoring national resources to the values, beliefs, and cultural norms of their constituency.
The American Council for Drug Education - http://www.acde.org/|
The American Council for Drug Education is a substance abuse prevention and education agency that develops programs and materials based on the most current scientific research on drug use and its impact on society. ACDE has a range of educational programs and services designed to engage teens, address the needs of parents, and provide employers, educators, health professionals, policy-makers and the media with authoritative information on tobacco, alcohol and drugs such as marijuana, cocaine and heroin.