Programs

Ohio Youth-Led Prevention Network

The Ohio Youth-Led Prevention Network (OYLPN) consists of youth-led substance abuse prevention providers and youth across the state who are committed to the cornerstones of youth-led prevention, peer prevention, positive youth development and community service.

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Parents Who Host Lose The Most

The "Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don't be a party to teenage drinking" public awareness campaign was developed by Drug Free Action Alliance in 2000 to educate parents about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen parties and to increase awareness of and compliance with the Ohio Underage Drinking Laws.

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Know!

Empowering parents to raise children substance free Know! empowers parents of 11- to 13-year-olds to raise children who are alcohol, tobacco and drug free. Since 2001, Know! Parent Tips have reached over 25,000 parents of middle school aged youth.

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 The G.A.P. Network

Motivated by losses felt by families, the G.A.P. Network of family engagement groups seeks to end the crisis of substance abuse, specifically prescription drug and opiate addiction in all Ohio communities.

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Ohio College Initiative

The focus of the Ohio College Initiative has been on forming campus and community coalitions that work to change the alcohol-related culture surrounding college students. Drug Free Action Alliance facilitates this initiative by organizing meetings and trainings and providing technical assistance.

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The Ohio Center for Coalition Excellence

Born out of the Statewide Prevention Coalition Association in 2006, The Ohio Center for Coalition Excellence was jointly conceptualized by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and Drug Free Action Alliance in response to a need to further assist communities to mobilize substance abuse prevention efforts.

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BUZZKILL

A program to help colleges educate their students on the responsibilities of social hosting.

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