We're offering a package of five CPS classes in a series with a focus on implementing community-level change.
When Helping Just One Isn't Good Enough
We've all heard, "If we just help one youth then it's worth it." That youth would certainly agree, and it makes us feel good about what we do, but what if you could impact your entire community of youth for the same dollar?
- Would you like know how to better understand what issues are impacting your community?
- Are you confident in your ability to conduct a community-wide needs assessment?
- Do you wish you understood what tools are available to you to respond effectively to ATOD issues in the community?
- Once you know the needs and resources, are you ready to implement a plan for community-level change?
NCADD of Middlesex County, Inc. is here to help.
We're offering a package of five CPS classes in a series with a focus on implementing community-level change. These classes will ensure a comprehensive understanding of the following topics:
- Comprehensive community data collection and analysis
- Evidence-based environmental strategies and how to employ them
- How environmental strategies fit into a comprehensive community prevention plan
Who should take these classes?
Anyone interested in making long-lasting population-level change in their community will benefit. This includes coalition members, municipal alliance members, community-based social service providers, faith-based organizations, educators, law enforcement, and more.
Here's the deal
While you can certainly take each class individually, taking the full series will allow you to build upon each lesson to form a comprehensive understanding of community-level prevention. We believe so strongly in the series, we are offering all five at a discounted group price. If you purchase four classes at the same time, you will GET THE FIFTH CLASS FREE.
And once you take all five classes, you will be in perfect shape to take full advantage of the upcoming Grant writing 101 course, "Anyone Got a Dollar?" taught by NCADD's Executive Director, Steve Liga. That class will enable you to apply all you've learned to secure grant funding for your organization or project. Details to come.
||Evidence-Based Prevention Models
||Intro. To Methods & Impact of Environmental Change
||Assessment & Planning of Environmental Strategies
||Implementation & Enforcement of Environmental Change Strategies
||Full Series of ALL FIVE Classes
So hurry. Click here and sign-up today. Space is limited.