|Title||Description||Type||Developed By||Year Added|
|Building Support for Policy Change at the Tribal Level: The Role of Cherokee Nation in Passing Cody's Law||
In 2011, the State of Oklahoma passed Cody's Law, legislation that holds adults accountable for underage drinking that take place on their property. In this video, Levi Keehler, Director of...
|Implementing Policy Change: The Role of Enforcement||
If laws and regulations are going to deter people and businesses from illegal behaviors, they must be accompanied by significant penalties, and they must be enforced. In this video, Jessica...
|Policy Development: What are Social Host Laws?||
Social host laws-legislation that strengthens penalties for social hosts who allow underage drinking on their premises-can be an effective tool for reducing underage drinking. In this video,...
|Sub-state Epidemiological Profiles: Selected Examples||
Communities often develop sub-state epidemiological profiles, or “community profiles” to synthesize and share substance abuse and relevant behavioral health data for sub-populations within a...
|Training and Technical Assistance Tools||CAPT||2014|
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