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Local Prevention Councils (LPCs)

Local Prevention Councils (LPCs)


In CT, each municipality has a Local Prevention Council (LPC) whose goal is to increase public awareness of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) prevention and to stimulate the development and implementation of local prevention activities, with a primary focus on youth. Many also address social-emotional health, recognizing the strong relationship between substance misuse and mental health disorders.

LPCs are coalitions consisting of stakeholders from 12 identified sectors. The Hub supports LPCs through regional coordination, technical assistance, and funding, including the recent Strategic Opioid Response grants.

Our Local Prevention Councils

Resources for Families & General Public

  • Great overview of addiction & prevention by Dr. Ruth Potee: 51-minute video

  • Findings from the 2018 national "Monitoring the Future" survey of middle and high school students: 3 min. video

  • Great info and resources for families: Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

  • SAMHSA's Strategies and Programs to Prevent Substance Abuse Guide

  • DrugFree.Org's Prevention Tips for every age 

  • Department of Education's Drug Free 10-pg Tips Brochure

  • Addressing a Crisis: Cross-Sector Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Substance Use and Suicide Report

Resources for Prevention Coalition Members

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