A coalition is a partnership among individuals or groups in which they join forces together for a common cause. As a parent, you will find resources for how to contact the nearest anti-drug and alcohol alliance for support. There is a portal for collaboration and strength in numbers. If you are interested in starting a coalition in your community, see the "Handbook for Community Anti-Drug Coalitions" http://www.cadca.org/files/CoalitionHandbook-2009.pdf .
To learn more about the fundamentals of what makes coalitions perfect vehicles for community-level change, what makes a meaningful partner of a coalition, and how to make a coalition even more effective, click on the webcast: https://mctft.icfwebservices.com/webcasts/w.aspx?ID=622
This spreadsheet is a resource to all coalition members and leaders interested in strengthening their coalition.
This model is provided to you as a resource and toolkit for planning a one-day pharmaceutical take-back event in your local community.