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Coalition​​​ Academy​​

Welcome to the National Coalition Academy's WorkStation. The Academy is a year long coalition de​velopment program brought to you by Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. This WorkStation will help you complete Academy assignments, successfully apply what you've learned back home in your community and stay connected to your fellow members and instructors.

DEA 360

A comprehensive approach tackling the cycle of violence and addiction generated by the link between drug cartels, violent gangs, and the rising problem of prescription opioid and heroin abuse in U.S. cities.
Welcome to the Hawaii and Pacific Jurisdiction's WorkStation

Advanced Academy​​

The Advanced Coalition Academy provides an opportunity for successful coalitions to reach the “next level” toward becoming truly impactful “agents of change” in their communities.  The Advanced Coalition Academy provides participating coalitions with an opportunity to apply the latest research in the prevention and related fields, and to network with other high achieving coalitions.   The Advanced Coalition Academy is delivered as a modular design continuous learning experience where participating coalitions receive face-to-face training, customized technical assistance and interactive digital learning support. ​​

NCI Trainers Resource Center

This is a  resource center for the National Coalition Institute (NCI) Trainers/Consultants.

In late September 2002, CADCA was awarded $2 million from the Drug-Free Communities Support Act to establish and administer the National Community Anti-Drug Coalition Institute. The Institute serves as both a vehicle for coalition-specific substance abuse prevention policy development and a center for coalition training, technical assistance, evaluation, research and capacity building. The Institute presents an extraordinary opportunity to move the coalition field forward in ways heretofore impossible to achieve, a means to harness the experience and passion of community coalition leaders with the best that researchers and government partners have to offer in terms of evidence-based programming, training, implementation and evaluation. Its mission and objectives are ambitious but very achievable. In short, the Institute will be able to help grow new, stronger and more effective coalitions.

International Programs

Welcome to the International Programs' Workstation. CADCA offers training, technical assistance and other resources on the strategy of community coalitions to government institutions, non- governmental organizations and community groups in numerous countries. International programs has helped create more than 200 coalitions in 23 countries on 5 continents since its initiation.​