Community partnerships organized around schools can be effective strategies for forming meaningful responses to drug and alcohol use by young people.
The death of an African-American man accused of shoplifting at an Osco Drugs store has sparked a unique agreement between the retailer and Project Neighborhood.
The largest-ever study of community-based anti-drug partnerships provides encouragement to those who say that environmental prevention strategies can be effective.
Researchers say that alcohol abuse costs society approximately $250 billion per year in healthcare, public safety and social welfare expenditures.
A newly released study shows that drug use among 8th, 10th and 12th graders leveled off in 1999.
The Community Tool Box is just what it sounds like — a virtual workbench full of useful information for anyone involved in community-based organizing.
Community leaders in Lucas County, Ohio are currently working to implement a series of recommendations developed by a policy panel on underage access to alcohol.
Study shows that there is a statistically significant reduction in drug and alcohol among males in communities with anti-drug partnerships.
After years of steady increases, teen drug use is leveling off and attitudes about drugs are improving, according to a new study from the Partnership for a Drug-Free America.
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