Are you new to substance use disorder prevention, or would you like to refresh your knowledge of prevention basics? The Prevention 101 resource library contains curated webinars, online trainings, presentation slides, and publications to help you grow your understanding of essential prevention concepts.
Topics include prevention definitions and classifications, evidence-based prevention frameworks, prevention services categories, service implementation, populations served, and more.
CPI is committed to offering trainings, technical assistance (TTA), and resources that build the capacity of the prevention workforce to effectively serve racially, ethnically, culturally, geographically, and linguistically diverse Californians.
This page compiles cultural and linguistic competence resources that CPI has developed to support California’s prevention field.
Prescription drug abuse is a concern for the prevention field. This topic has sparked complex legal, political, and medical debates across state and county agencies.
To support the prevention workforce with useful tools and reliable data, CPI developed an online resource library for Prescription Resources. The library contain links to trainings, policy and planning tools, marketing materials, research studies, reports, and local resources. This user-friendly portal is organized by subject matter and is searchable by topic or keyword.
The Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) is the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) comprehensive model for planning, implementing, and evaluating prevention services. The model is an iterative, data-driven approach that promotes community engagement, cultural competence, and sustainability.
The CPI resources on this page are organized by the five steps and two guiding principles of the SPF. They were originally compiled to support county staff with developing Strategic Prevention Plans (SPPs).