Funding Opportunity: Promising Youth Opportunities JJDP Title II Grant

FY 2022 Promising Youth Opportunities The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is making federal funds available for planning and implementation of programs which are evidence-based (research and data-driven) and able to be sustained following completion of the grant funding and system change initiatives that support the uplifting of youth development. These federal funds are available…

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Update: SABG CAA Supplemental funds

Greetings! Just wanted you to know that we are working on the Exhibit Ds for the SABG CAA Supplemental funds that must be spent by March 10, 2023.  The goal is to have them done and the money will be on the CSBs Warrant #4, August 16, 2021. If anything delays that, I will let…

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WE NEED YOUR HELP – The Annual Survey is closing!

Greetings! As you know, CADCA’s Annual Survey of Coalitions is the leading source of information regarding substance abuse and misuse coalitions in the country, and the survey gives coalitions a chance to let their work speak for itself.  The Survey data is very important to our training and technical assistance needs, policy advocacy, creation of…

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Important Funding Opportunity Information

View our online version here or mobile device click here Funding Opportunity Announcements On behalf of our partners at the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), please find important grant funding information below: $12.5M Available in Grants for Coalitions Without Previous DFC Award Experience Application Due Date: May 17, 2021 On…

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Prevention Talks: Family-Based Prevention During COVID-19

YOU ARE INVITED TO: PREVENTION TALKS Prevention Talks is an open online discussion hosted by APSI with speakers who will explore some of the current issues and their potential impact on prevention research and practice.  Speakers will represent a variety of stakeholders in the field including prevention decision-makers at the state and regional level; prevention…

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Tobacco prevention use grant opportunity

The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) is excited to announce a new round of three-year Tobacco Use Prevention funding. In addition to funding tobacco, nicotine, and vaping prevention and cessation instruction, the RFP will include a brand new funding category, supporting community projects aimed at reducing tobacco, nicotine, and vaping product use among specific youth populations. The full RFP will be…

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Free 8/11 webinar: COVID 19: Using Health Behavior Change Theory to Communicate on Social Media

Hello, colleagues, Please share with students and professional colleagues—VCU’s MPH program is offering a free webinar on 8/11: COVID 19: Using Health Behavior Change Theory to Communicate on Social Media Registration is open in TRAIN.org (course ID 1092515) through midnight of 8/10. Details below: Lisa S. Anderson, MPH Director of Educational Programs Division of Epidemiology…

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Go Red for Red Ribbon

Hi folks: The Drug Enforcement Administration is currently planning its activities for this year’s Red Ribbon Week, which is a cornerstone of DEA’s community outreach and prevention support efforts. Red Ribbon Week, observed annually from October 23-31, highlights the importance of preventing drug misuse in our nation’s schools and communities and committing to living a…

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