Resources

We invite individuals, families, neighborhood groups, school officials, students, government administrators, and employers to explore the HCADA’s Resources. In school, at home, or at work people are better able to ward off the temptation of drug or alcohol abuse when they are  armed with honest and accurate information. We hope this information helps you or someone near you.

If you want to get involved with the legal and law enforcement side of the drug and alcohol problems, please contact us.

2014 Indicator Report

The 2014 Indicator Report for alcohol and drugs is now available. This report contains information about alcohol and drug use rates in Hillsborough County. Click here for your free copy!

Channing Bete

The Channing Bete Company’s mission is “to strengthen individuals, families, and
communities by reinforcing healthy behaviors and commitment to positive social values.”
The Channing Bete Company offers an array of nationally acclaimed products and programs
focusing on areas such as smoking prevention and cessation, substance abuse and
violence prevention, and school success. In addition, the company provides promotion,
publishing, and distribution services to corporate partners, including the American
Heart Association and Prevent Child Abuse America.
www.channing-bete.com

Communities That Care Prevention Strategies Guide

The Guide is a database of over 50 high-quality, tested, and effective prevention
programs.

http://www.channing-bete.com/positiveyouth/pages/CTC/prevention_strategies.html

Communities That Care Youth Survey

The CTC Youth Survey identifyies prevalence rates and measures a comprehensive set
of risk and protective factors that affect a community’s adolescent population.

http://www.channing-bete.com/positiveyouth/pages/CTCYS/CTCYS.html

Communities That Care Funding Opportunities

lists private foundations, government sources, and other organizations that are
currently accepting grant proposals, along with a link to a brief description and
a summary of program requirements for each opportunity.
http://www.channing-bete.com/fundinginformation/

SAMHSA Research-Based Prevention Programs.

Here is a directory of SAMHSA Model Programs:

http://modelprograms.samhsa.gov/template_cf.cfm?page=model_list