Comprehensive Prevention Planning Learning Center
Communities are faced with numerous issues related to the health and safety of children and families—including: alcohol and other drug use, juvenile delinquency, school drop-out, teen pregnancy, and mental health concerns. Prevention science has proven that these issues can be prevented by using a comprehensive, risk-focused approach to understanding the causes of these issues and developing effective health promotion and early prevention strategies. Additionally, community coalition building plays a key role in comprehensive prevention planning and implementation of effective strategies by empowering the local community to be a part of the solution.
The CPP Learning Center is the perfect stop for local human services providers, coalitions of all types, state and local leadership, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the most effective methods for comprehensive prevention planning and coalition development.
|Western/Region 4 Winter Prevention Meeting||Regional Meeting||February 1, 2019|