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SAMHSA's CAPT Explores How States and Jurisdictions Encourage Use of Community-level Epidemiological Data to Inform Decision-making

Posted: April 15, 2011

In March, staff from SAMHSA's CAPT collected examples of how States and Jurisdictions have promoted the use of local epidemiological data to drive sub-recipient community decision-making about what prevention...

SAMHSA's CAPT Epidemiologist Demystifies Epidemiology for CSAP State Project Officers

Posted: April 15, 2011

On March 3, 2011, CAPT Epidemiologist Carol Hagen delivered the first in a series of presentations to CSAP State project officers on epidemiology. The presentation, entitled Demystifying Epidemiology,...

Cohort V SPF SIG New Grantees Meeting in Washington, DC

Posted: April 15, 2011

On March 21-23, SAMHSA/CSAP convened the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG) New Grantees Meeting (Cohort V) in Washington, D.C. CAPT staff from across the country attended, delivering...

Prevention and Wellness Team Supports Cross-Sector Collaboration

Posted: October 6, 2010

The Prevention and Wellness Team completed a summary report describing nine listening sessions with States, communities, Tribal nations, and Pacific Jurisdictions dedicated to collecting examples of broad-based and...

SAMHSA's CAPT Delivers Prevention Training to Air Force Reserve Command

Posted: October 6, 2010

On August 9-13, SAMHSA's CAPT provided a revised version of the SAPST to Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Drug Demand Reduction Program Managers and Drug Testing Program Administrative Managers staff. SAMHSA's CAPT...

Southeast and Central Regional Teams Host Regional Technical Expert Panels

Posted: October 6, 2010

On August 30, the Southeast and Central Regional Teams convened face-to-face Regional Technical Expert Panel (RTEP) meetings in Denver, Colorado. These meetings provide an invaluable opportunity for prevention...

 

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