During the pandemic, CPI began hosting a biweekly County Roundtable for County Prevention Coordinators to discuss challenges and share best practices in the physically distanced environment. This briefing compiles the learnings that the County Prevention Coordinators shared in the first > read more
Social media is all about connecting with people, especially in unprecedented times such as the pandemic and recovery. For the prevention field, it is a useful way for organizations to connect with the communities they serve. However, the pivot from > read more
Writing clearly stated, feasible, and measurable goals and objectives provides a framework for monitoring your progress towards achieving the desired results and set clear criteria for success and/or the need for improving prevention efforts over time.
In order to make effective data-driven decisions, those involved in the county-wide prevention planning process need to interpret the information and determine criteria for determining prevention priorities.
As you are embarking on your data collection efforts to determine the substance abuse prevention needs for your county, all of the potential data sources may be overwhelming. It is helpful to begin to narrow your efforts to those factors > read more