Communities That Care: Study Guides for Trainers

Communities That Care (CTC)

CTC is a coalition-based community prevention operating system that uses a public health approach to prevent youth problem behaviors including underage drinking, tobacco use, violence, delinquency, school dropout and substance abuse. For more information about CTC go to Communities That Care Website.

This training series is brought to you as part of special funding provided by DBHR’s State Prevention Enhancement (SPE) grant, which seeks to build capacity at the state and local levels for providing effective substance abuse prevention efforts through skilled community coalitions.

We hope that you find the information within these courses valuable and applicable to the implementation of your CTC program.

Communities That Care: Study Guides for Trainers

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These resources are available to you for your use.  CEHs are not available through this system for these resources.  If you would like more direct CTC techncal assistance please go to the CTC website.

 

Questions?

Contact the Athena Team at DBHRAthenaTeam@dshs.wa.gov

 


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