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The Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research

Randomized trial of a data-driven technical assistance system for drug prevention coalitions

This 5-year project will study the effectiveness of the Coalition Check-Up technical assistance system for supporting community coalition implementation of evidence-based drug prevention programs. The model is a low-cost and generalizable approach for supporting coalitions to achieve community-wide reductions in youth substance abuse. The study seeks to estimate the impact of the Coalition Check-Up on coalition capacity, implementation of evidence-based programs, and youth substance use. The ultimate goal of the project is to increase coalition member engagement, help communities invest their resources wisely, and promote healthy youth development.

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Dr. Louis Brown, Principal Investigator