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This publication describes actions and basic principles that campus-based alcohol and other drug (AOD) prevention coordinators can take to develop long-term administrative and financial support for campus AOD programs. The first section covers types of prevention programs that increase the probability of success. These programs include: campus-wide collaboration that involves athletics, health services, student activities, residence life, and campus security; strong administrative commitment; an established long-range plan; objectives tied to the institution's mission; networking outside the college community; building on institutional capacity by training faculty, staff, and students able to continue such activities without additional funding; program accountability; and strategic use of public relations. The second section of the publication suggests ways to identify alternative sources of funding and offers suggestions for grant-writing. Advice on preparing a funding request, on seeking support from the alcohol industry, and on approaching foundations is included. Sources of state and federal prevention funding are listed, as well as a list of additional resources. (CH)

Descriptors: Alcohol Education, Community Resources, Drug Abuse, Drug Education, Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Financial Problems, Fund Raising, Grantsmanship, Health Education, Higher Education, Institutional Environment, Institutional Role, Program Proposals, Proposal Writing, Resources, School Community Relationship, School Policy, State Federal Aid

Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, Education Development Center, Inc., 55 Chapel Street, Newton, MA 02458-1060. Tel: 800-676-1730 (Toll Free); fax: 617-928-1537; e-mail: HigherEdCtr[at]edc.org; Web site: http://www.edc.org/hec/.









Author: DeJong, William; Davidson, Laurie

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9820&id=ED442329







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