The South Carolina Toolkit for Evidence-Based Prevention Programs and Strategies was created in 2001 as a convenient resource on evidence-based programs and environmental strategies for the 19 community coalitions and individuals who are interested in substance abuse prevention. A joint product of DAODAS and the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), the Toolkit has quickly become one of the most valued resources in the field of prevention. The Toolkit contains in-depth information on more than 60 prevention programs with proven effectiveness, as well as dozens of environmental strategies for addressing underage alcohol and tobacco use.
Click on the Table of Contents below to view the various sections of the Toolkit. Section V contains descriptions of the various prevention programs and also offers the opportunity for visitors to view or post comments on the various programs so that G-CAP staff can increase "consumer knowledge" of each of these evidence-based programs. If you would like to see a list of all the Evidence-Based Prevention Programs, click on the Section V Index. 'Sections III and IV' has similar descriptions of multiple environmental strategies to reduce underage alcohol use.
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