Harnessing the Power of Statewide Initiatives to Prevent Drug Abuse on College Campuses

Discusses the importance of coalitions in campus prevention work. Over the past year, some amazing developments in organizing campuses have occurred. For the campus professionals, it will now be increasingly better connected to the national field of prevention professionals. If you are not in a state with such a coalition, the goal is to better demonstrate the value of campuses working together.

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