Capacity building involves mobilizing human, organizational, and financial resources to meet project goals. Training and education to promote readiness are also critical aspects of building capacity. SAMHSA provides extensive training and technical assistance (TA) to fill readiness gaps and facilitate the adoption of science-based prevention policies, programs, and practices.
- CADCA Coalition Handbook
This handbook was created by Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) to provide anti-drug coalitions with a concise guide about prevention, SPF, and available resources. Free print copies are available to order.
- New Mexico Capacity Training
This PowerPoint was developed by New Mexico SPF to be used with their training manual to help communities understand capacity building.
- CADCA Community Mobilizing and Organizing for Coalitions Part 1
Created by CADCA, this powerpoint presentation helps organizers understand how to attract and effectively use community learders during the capacity building stage.
- CADCA Community Mobilizing and Organizing for Coalitions Part 2
Part 2 of the CADCA webinar focuses specifically on involving individuals within a community to become involved in prevention efforts.
- CADCA Campus-Community Coalitions Policy Objectives
This document contains a comprehensive list of specific objections campus-community coalitions may wish to target in their prevention efforts.
- CADCA Campus-Community Coalitions
This PDF was created for a CADCA webinar to help organizers learn how to get college campuses involved in prevention initiatives.