Substance Misuse Prevention Coalitions
What are community coalitions?
A coalition is a voluntary, formal agreement and collaboration between groups or sectors of a community in which each group retains its identity but all agree to work together toward a common goal of building a safe, healthy, and drug-free community.
Community coalitions are comprised of parents, teachers, law enforcement, businesses, religious leaders, health providers and other community activists who are mobilizing at the local level — and nationally under the CADCA umbrella — to make their communities safer, healthier and drug-free.
Get involved with a Community Coalition in the North CountryLooking to join, start, or elevate your community coalition located in northern New Hampshire? Contact NCHC's Substance Misuse Prevention Coordinator, Greg Williams, to get started: gwilliams@NCHCNH.org