This toolkit has been specifically designed with our community partners in mind. It is the goal of Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties (CMHA-CEI) that this toolkit helps our community partners to disseminate information about behavioral health, prevention, and wellness, to the individuals and families they serve. It is CMHA-CEI’s hope that this will equip our partners with easy-to-use and useful information for their audiences. This Facebook Toolkit will increase awareness, promote local resources and training opportunities, and reduce stigma around behavioral health issues affecting our communities.

CADCA is a nonprofit organization that is commited to creating safe, healthy and drug free communities globally

The purpose of the Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) Network is to improve implementation and delivery of effective substance abuse prevention interventions, and provide training and technical assistance services to the substance misuse prevention field

A resource with the nation’s leading organization dedicated to addiction prevention, treatment and recovery, we are a diverse community of researchers, advocates, clinicians, communicators and more.

Education Development Center (EDC) advances lasting solutions to the most pressing educational, health, and workforce challenges across the globe. Our work is guided by evidence, empathy, and experience.

Doreen Turk-White began her career in substance use prevention coalitions before there was CADCA, before there was the SPF. She wrote her Master’s thesis on community-based coalitions and has been honing her skills ever since by founding and facilitating coalitions for over 26 years.

Webinar hosted by the MIHEN with Richard Lucey discussing the Prevention with Purpose document.

Webinar hosted by the MIHEN with Elaine Lyon and Carolyn Chaudhary discussing e-cigarettes

Cannabis Symposium at Metropolitan State University of Denver

Webinar hosted by the MIHEN with CMU students discussing mental health tips for students during a pandemic.

A look at alcohol, drug misuse, and suicide rates among age groups, specifically millennials.

A toolkit for stimulant medication misuse prevention.