Prevention Coalitions Annual Reports

Annually every CFBHN network Prevention Coalition prepares a detailed report on their activities for the previous year. They provide details about positive outcomes achieved and how activities benefitted citizens in their communities. Please click on the County tab and then the Annual Report link to read about these accomplishments.



What Are Prevention Coalitions

Groups of concerned citizens who want to eliminate the misuse of drugs and other substances in their communities. They want everyone, particularly young people, to be healthy and safe. They are the catalyst that brings together young people, parents, teachers, law enforcement officers, businesses, religious leaders, health providers and others to mobilize and attack problems. Using a process called “Environmental Strategies”; Coalitions study problems and develop solutions using proven programs.

Sometimes the National organization – CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) – provides support, funding and training for groups so they can make communities safer, healthier and drug-free. CFBHN supports a Prevention Coalition in every county in the network.

Coalition work includes:

    • Data Collection
    • Using knowledge about risk and protective factors to put in place tried and proven programs that offer information and support, enhance skills, change community norms to encourage health and wellness, modify or change policies, and improve access by reducing barriers to services.
    • Some programs include; science-based school education, support of teen-driven social norming campaigns, and sponsoring informative presentations and family-oriented awareness events.
    • These activities touch lives while providing important anti-substance abuse and anti-bullying messaging.

Choose by County

Drug Free Charlotte County

1445 Education Way, Charlotte, FL 33948

(941) 815-7743

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Drug Free Collier

5775 Osceola Trail, Naples, FL 34109

(239) 302-6717

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Drug Free DeSoto Coalition

310 W Whidden Street, Arcadia, FL 34266

(863) 993-1333

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Drug Free Hardee

303 W. Main Street, Suite 1, Wauchula, FL 33873

(863) 767-0401

Drug Free Hendry County

1140 Pratt Blv, LaBelle, FL 33935

(863) 673-404X143

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Drug Free Highlands

223 Pomegranate Avenue, Sebring, FL 33870

(863) 382-2138

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Hillsborough County Anti-Drug Alliance

2815 Henry Avenue Suite B-1, Tampa, FL 33610

(813) 238-4034

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Lee County Coalition for a Drug-Free Southwest Florida

3763 Evans Avenue #202, Fort Myers, FL 33901

(239) 931-9317

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Manatee County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

1112 Manatee Ave. West, Ste. 303, Bradenton, FL 34205

(941) 749-3030 x3491

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention Pasco

7809 Massachussetts Avenue, New Port Richey, FL 34653

(727) 841-4200

FY 17-18 Annual Report

LiveFree! Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

1900 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33705

(727) 545-7564

FY 17-18 Annual Report

StandUp Polk

621 South Florida Avenue, Lakeland, FL 33801

(863) 802-8777

FY 17-18 Annual Report

Sarasota Behavioral Health Strategic Planning Work Group (Drug Free Sarasota)

1750 17th Street J-2, Sarasota, FL 34234

(941) 366-5333

FY 17-18 Annual Report

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