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					                    Community Substance Abuse Response Project
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                                  CALL –TO-ACTION

                  Substance Abuse Response Guide (SARG) Project

Purpose of the Substance Abuse Response Project: This grant program is part of a larger
initiative to develop a sustainable infrastructure for coordinating state substance abuse
resources in order to reduce and maintain low state substance abuse rates and related
consequences for both youth and adults. To achieve this state goal, it is essential to assist
local communities to impact those rates at the county level. This grant program will
provide resources for community anti-drug coalitions to: 1) complete a SARG Plan that
address a state or local priority and 2) implement part of the evidence-based programs,
practices, and environmental strategies emanating from the coalition’s SARG Plan.

Brief Overview of the Substance Abuse Response Guide Project

The FY 2006 State Strategic Plan identified four (4) top priority substance abuse
problems:
   1. Underage Alcohol Usage;
   2. Inhalant Use by Middle School Children;
   3. Motor Vehicle Accidents due to alcohol, and
   4. Binge Drinking by Adults.

The source for this information was the State Epidemiological Workgroup (SEW) Report
and the FY 2006 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey, which you can access and
download. See Appendix F for the website. See Appendix E for summary data for each
of the four priorities. These tables rank each Florida county into quartiles based on each
priority’s prevalence rate.

To address these four (4) priorities and other community priorities, Florida’s coalitions
will be targeted with the combined resources of the Strategic Prevention Framework State
Incentive Grant, the Department of Children and Families’ Coalition Mini-Grant (CMG)
Program, and the Office of Drug Control’s Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL)
Grants.

Types and Number of Grants
   1. Planning Grants
      45 qualifying coalitions that submit this Call-To-Action will receive a planning
      grant. Planning grants will range from $5,000 for Wave 1 for 3 months, $10,000
      for Wave 2 for 6 months, and $15,000 for Wave 3 for 9 months and will be used
      to develop plans in accordance with the Substance Abuse Response Guide
      (SARG). Additionally, the FSU Center for Prevention Research will assign a
      Strategic Prevention Framework coach to assist the coalition.
   2. Evidence-Based Strategy and Capacity Building Implementation and
      Coordination Grants



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        See the Priority Wave Matrix below for details on the amounts and types of these
        grants.

Eligible Applicants

For the purpose of this grant program, coalitions have been sorted into two types:
countywide coalitions and sub-county and special population coalitions.

Countywide coalitions will receive highest priority and their approved SARG Plans will
be funded first. Sub-county and special population coalitions will be eligible for
Coalition Mini-Grants and EUDL Grants and are also encouraged to network with other
coalitions in their area in order to fully benefit from the 2007-2009 SPF process.

Eligible coalitions must:
     1. Complete the Florida Coalition Capacity Survey by March 31, 2007. (This takes
        approximately 30 minutes.) The website is: http://fcpr.fsu.edu/spfsig/
     2. For Countywide coalitions, the coalition must be recognized by at least three of
        the following as the county’s overarching substance abuse prevention coalition:
        (Because SPF-SIG grantees have already complied with this, they are exempt
        from this requirement.) A list of the currently recognized countywide coalitions is
        given in Appendix D. If any currently recognized countywide coalition is
        incorrect or needs updating, please notify either one of the Contact Persons
        specified in the Application.
        a. Chair of the county commission or the county’s chief administrator
        b. School superintendent or school board
        c. County sheriff
        d. Director of the county health department

                                       Schedule of Events:

#    Description of Event                                    Date              Responsible Party
1    Submission of Completed Call-To-Action Application      April 30, 2007    Coalition
2    Sorting Applications into Wave 1, Wave 2, and Wave 3.   May 31, 2007      DCF
3    For All Waves, Selection of Applicants and Execution    July 1, 2007      DCF and FSU
     of SARG Planning Contracts with FSU.
4.   SARG Plans Due.                                         See Priority      Coalitions
                                                             Wave Matrix
5.   Wave 1 Evidence-based strategy contracts negotiated     January 1, 2008   Coalitions, DCF, and
     and executed                                                              FSU
6.   Wave 2 Evidence-based strategy contracts negotiated     April 1, 2008     Coalitions, DCF, and
     and executed                                                              FSU
7.   Wave 3 Evidence-based strategy contracts negotiated     July 1, 2008      Coalitions, DCF, and
     and executed if necessary.                                                FSU




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Grant Period
   1. Planning Grants
      The contract period for Planning Grant will begin on or about July 1, 2007. For
      Wave 1 contracts will be for 3 months; for Wave 2 for 6 months; and, for Wave 3
      for 9 months.
   2. Evidence-based Strategy Implementation and Coordination and Capacity
      Building Grants
      The contract period for Evidence-based Strategy Implementation and
      Coordination Grants contracts will begin on or about the end date of the Planning
      Grants and end on or about June 30, 2009.

Definitions:
     1. Capacity
     High – A coalition has scored a minimum of 80% on each of the sections of the
     survey. (FSU’s Center for Prevention Research may conduct an on-site validation
     of high capacity coalitions.)

     Moderate– A coalition has scored a minimum 70% on at least the Assessment and
     Capacity sections of the survey.

     Low – A coalition that is neither high nor moderate.
     2. Level of Problem – Each of Florida’s 67 county has been divided into rural and
     urban. For each of the 4 state priority problems, the counties have been ranked by
     rate of problem from highest to lowest and subdivided into quartiles. See Appendix
     E.

     3. Urban and Rural – These determinations were based on the Beale Codes.
     4. Overarching Countywide Coalition – An overarching countywide coalition is
     the coalition recognized by chair of the county commission or the county’s chief
     administrator, school superintendent or school board, county sheriff, and the
     director of the county health department as representing the county and responsible
     for countywide prevention activities. Overarching coalitions know and recognize
     the work of sub-county coalitions in their communities.

     5. Coordination – This refers to the person responsible for overseeing the
     implementation of the evidence-based strategies funded by this grant, the
     submission of all required outcome and progress reports, and data entry into the
     data system specified by DCF.

Contact Information
Ron Manasa
Florida State University, Florida Center for Prevention Research
2035 East Paul Dirac Drive
Herb Morgan Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32310-2770


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850-997-2757
rmanasa@yourvillage.com

Senta Goudy
Florida Department of Children and Families
Substance Abuse Program Office
1317 Winewood Blvd, Building 6
Tallahassee, Fl. 32301
850-413-6666
senta_goudy@dcf.state.fl.us




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                       APPLICATION
      For Substance Abuse Response Guide (SARG) Project
Instructions for Completing and Submitting This Application
Applications must be submitted as follows and in this order. Additionally, submit one
signed original and 4 copies.
    1. Completed and signed cover sheet as given in Appendix A including the coalition
       name, county is represents and its fiscal agent if different from the coalition.
    2. Completed Appendix B – Contact Persons
    3. Completed and signed Statement of Mandatory Assurances as given in Appendix
       C.
    4. A table listing in which quartile your county’s level of need for each of the
       following:
       Urban ________ Rural _________ (check one)
       A. Underage Drinking                                     _________
       B. Adult Heavy/Binge Drinking                            _________
       C. Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Crashes                 _________
       D. Inhalant Use by Middle School                         _________
       E. Other (if applicable):                                _________
    5. One of the data tables given below and a narrative describing data used for
       determining that it is a priority, and a list of data sources and URL’s for web-
       based sites where this data can be found, if applicable.
    6. A narrative of 250 words or less that is labeled, Prioritization of Substance Use
       Problem, and describes why the problem you selected above is a priority.
    7. A narrative of 250 words or less that is labeled, Capacity To Address Priority
       Problem, and describes your county’s current capacity to address the problem.
    8. For overarching countywide coalitions, Memoranda of Understanding from any of
       the following 3 indicating that your coalition is representing the county and
       responsible for countywide prevention activities: chair of the county commission
       or the county’s chief administrator, school superintendent or school board, county
       sheriff, and the director of the county health department.
       For other county coalitions, a MOU from the overarching countywide coalition
       indicating that you are networking with them.

Data for Establishing Priorities
1. Per the tables given in Appendix E, please indicate your county’s needs by listing, in
which quartile your county is in for each of the following:
    A. Underage Drinking                              _________
    B. Adult Heavy/Binge Drinking                     _________
    C. Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Crashes          _________
    D. Inhalant Use by Middle School                  _________
    E. Other (if applicable):                         _________




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2. Indicate which priority you will focus on for the SARG project by completing the data
table below that matches your priority. Be sure to list the source for your data if other
than indicated.

1. Underage Drinking

           Indicator                      State                     County
                                      %        Number           %           Number
Average Age of Onset

                                      %        Number           %           Number
Past 30 Day use

                                      %        Number           %           Number
Binge Drinking

                                      %        Number           %           Number
Other

Source: 2006 FYSAS
% = Prevalence Rate; Number = Prevalence Rate X Total Number of County 6th thru 12th
graders.

        2. Adult Heavy/Binge Drinking

           Indicator                      State                     County
                                      %        Number           %           Number
Adults 18-25
                                      %        Number           %           Number
Adults 25-45
                                      %        Number           %           Number
Adults 45-60
Source: 2006 SEW Report
% = Prevalence Rate; Number = Prevalence Rate X Total Number of County Adults as
specified.

3. Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Crashes

         Indicator                        State                     County
Alcohol Related Motor                 %        Number           %           Number
Vehicle Crashes


Source: 2006 SEW Report
% = Rate /100,000 county population; Number = Rate /100,000 county population X
county population.


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4. Inhalant Use by Middle School Students

         Indicator                         State                      County
Past 30 Day use                        %        Number           %           Number


Source: 2006 FYSAS
% = Prevalence Rate; Number = Prevalence Rate X Total Number of county middle
school children.

5. Other (e.g. Marijuana, illegal drugs, prescription drugs misuse and abuse)

           Indicator                       State                      County
                                      %*        Number *         %*         Number *

                                      %*        Number *         %*         Number *

                                      %*        Number *         %*         Number *

                                      %*        Number *         %*         Number *


* The applicant must specify what each of these means and how they were calculated.

Prioritize Substance Use Problem

Provide a short narrative (250 words or less) that describes why the problem you selected
above is a priority.

a. Consider your county’s substance use indicators shown above. Compare your county’s
rates with those of the state for each indicator. Identify the issues in your county that
exceed or are at the state’s rate. List the drug and the particular indicator of concern in
the table below:

b. Describe any trend data that was used for any of your priority problem indicators. If
trend data is available, determine whether there has been a change in the trends of these
indicators: is the problem going up or down in your county or has it remained about the
same over time. Please list the source of the data used to determine the trend direction.
(In some cases trend data may not be available for the indicators you have listed above.
In this case list the trend as unavailable.)

For those indicators that are higher than the state and are not trending downward, your
coalition should consider the following criteria in prioritizing one drug for focus:



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    What percentage of the population is involved in each drug behavior?
    What are the likely consequences and costs of each of the drug behaviors to your
     county? Consult your county’s SEW Report that identifies related consequences
     (morbidity and mortality) to identify some measured consequences related to
     various drug issues. What additional data does your coalition currently have that
     points to these consequences or other consequences and costs experienced in your
     county? Please describe and list the sources of these data.

At this point, the data may point clearly to one or more drug problems that are higher
than the state’s rate, are not trending downward, effect a greater percentage of the
population, and have direct, measurable consequences. Your coalition will need to
consider your county’s capacity to address these issues.

Capacity To Address Priority Problem(s)
Provide a short narrative (250 words or less) that describes your county’s current capacity
to address the problem.
a. Describe below any current efforts under way to address each problem in your county
including your coalition’s capacity to address this priority issue.
b. Describe efforts and strategies that target both entire communities, such as media
campaigns or enforcement, as well as individual level efforts, such as education
programs. Include in the description of these efforts the populations these efforts
currently target and the realistic number currently served by each strategy.
c. Describe the resources currently directed at this problem; consider human resources
(skilled, administrative, leadership, etc), technical resources (any related data gathering,
web based or other computer resources related to the strategies), and financial (the
sources and amounts of all funding and in kind resources currently supporting the
strategies and the time period for which these funds will be available)




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                                                                                  Priority Wave Matrix
                                                                                               County Coalition Capacity Level
  Level of
  Problem                              High – Wave 1                                              Moderate – Wave 2                                                   Low – Wave 3
                       (resident capacity to plan and act; 5 coalitions)              (enhance capacity, plan, and act; 20 coalitions)               (establish capacity, plan, and act; 20 coalitions)
                        7 – 9/2007 for a SARG Plan ($5k*); paid through                7 – 12/2007 for capacity building and a SARG Plan         7/2007 – 3/2008 for capacity building and a SARG Plan
                         either SPF, EUDL, or CMG (which will support sub-               ($10k*); paid through either SPF, EUDL, or CMG             ($15k*); paid through either SPF, EUDL, or CMG (which
                         county and special population coalitions in high needs          (which will support sub-county and special                 will support sub-county and special population coalitions in
                         counties)                                                       population coalitions in high needs counties)              high needs counties)
                        10/2007: initiate procurement process for two years of         1/2008: initiate procurement process for two years        4/2008: initiate procurement process for one year evidence-
  Quartile 1
                         evidence-based strategy implementation &                        of evidence-based strategy implementation &                based strategy implementation & coordination ($75k –
(highest need)           coordination ($75k – $115k; $40k of this amount for             coordination ($75k – $110k); $40k of this amount           $105k) ; $40k of this amount for EUDL designated
                         EUDL designated communities will be EUDL funded                 for EUDL designated communities will be EUDL               communities will be EUDL funded and the balance funded
                         and the balance funded by SPF); up to $30k in CMG               funded and the balance funded by SPF); up to $30k          by SPF) ; up to $30k in CMG funds will be used to support
                         funds will be used to support sub-county and special            in CMG funds will be used to support sub-county            sub-county and special population coalitions in high needs
                         population coalitions in high needs counties                    and special population coalitions in high needs            counties
                                                                                         counties
                        7 – 9/2007 for a SARG Plan ($5k*); paid                        7 – 12/2007 for a SARG Plan ($10k*); paid                 7 – 12/2007 for capacity building ($15k); paid
                         through either SPF or CMG based on funds                        through either SPF or CMG based on funds                   through CMG based on availability of funds
                         remaining after projects for profile #1                         remaining after projects for profile #1
                                                                                                                                                   1 – 6/2008 SARG Planning
 Quartile 2              communities are addressed                                       communities are addressed
                                                                                                                                                   7/2008: initiate procurement process for
                        10/2007: initiate procurement process for                      1/2008: initiate procurement process for
                                                                                                                                                    environmental strategies and evidence-based
                         evidence-based strategy implementation &                        evidence-based strategy implementation &
                                                                                                                                                    activities (up to $30k)
                         coordination ($50k - $100k)                                     coordination ($50k - $95k)
                        7 – 9/2007 for a SARG Plan ($5k*); paid                        7 – 12/2007 for a SARG Plan ($10k*); paid                 7 – 12/2007 for capacity building ($15k) ; paid
                         through CMG based on availability of funds                      through CMG based on availability of funds                 through CMG based on availability of funds
                        10/2007: initiate procurement process for                      1/2008: initiate procurement process for                  1 – 6/2008 SARG Planning
 Quartile 3              evidence-based strategy implementation &                        evidence-based strategy implementation &
                                                                                                                                                   7/2008: initiate procurement process for
                         coordination (up to $30k)                                       coordination (up to $30k)
                                                                                                                                                    environmental strategies and evidence-based
                                                                                                                                                    activities (up to $30k)

  Quartile 4                          Mini-Grant Wave 1                                             Mini-Grant Wave 2                                               Mini-Grant Wave 3
(lowest need)           TBD                                                            TBD                                                       TBD
      County coalitions under contract with SPF/FSU for 2007-08 fiscal year are not eligible for the SARG Plan funds, but are eligible for the evidence-based strategy and coordination upon the
       approval of a SARG-based plan.
      CMG = Coalition Mini-Grants




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                                   Appendix A

              COMMUNITY ANTI-DRUG COALITION
 SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESPONSE GUIDE (SARG) PROJECT APPLICATION
                      COVER SHEET

Submission Date: ___/___/___
Coalition Name: ________________________________
Legal Name of Coalition, if different from your coalition name:
_____________________________________________________________________

Federal Identification Number: __________________________________________
Mailing Address:
Street:       _____________________________________
P.O. Box:     _____________________________________
City:         _____________________________________
State:        _____________________________________
ZIP:          _____________________________________
e-Mail:       _____________________________________
Fax:          _____________________________________

Name of Primary Contact Person:
_______________________________________________________
Phone:_____________ Fax Number:______________
e-mail Address: ______________________________
County Served: _______________________


Legal Name of Fiscal Agent, if different from your coalition:
______________________________________________________________________
Federal Identification Number: __________________________________________
Mailing Address:
Street:       _____________________________________
P.O. Box:     _____________________________________
City:         _____________________________________
State:        _____________________________________
ZIP:          _____________________________________
e-Mail:       _____________________________________



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Fax:           _____________________________________


Signature of official authorized to contractually obligate the applicant.

________________________________________________________ ___/___/___
                  Signature                                 Date

________________________________________________________
                  Print Name

________________________________________________________
                  Title


Community Substance Abuse Response Guide Commitment:
Our coalition has discussed the Substance Abuse Response Guide project and selected
our priority issue at an open, coalition meeting and agrees to participate in the Substance
Abuse Response Guide project.


________________________________________________________ ___/___/___
                  Signature of Chair of Coalition           Date

________________________________________________________
                  Print Name

________________________________________________________
                  Title




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                                     Appendix B

                                Contact Persons

Authorized Official for Coalition *:
Name:
Address:
Telephone:                 E-mail:
Project Director for Planning Grant *:
Name:
Address:
Telephone:                 E-mail:
Coalition or Fiscal Agent Financial Contact:
Name:
Address:
Telephone:                 E-mail:
Authorized Official for Fiscal Agent Contact:
Name:
Address:
Telephone:                 E-mail:

* Authorized Official for Coalition and Project Director should reflect members of
the coalition itself.




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                                       Appendix C

                  STATEMENT OF MANDATORY ASSURANCES

1. Infrastructure: The applicant shall possess equipment and Internet access
   necessary to participate fully in this solicitation.                              Initial

2. Site Visits: The applicant will cooperate fully with the university in
   coordinating site visits.                                                         Initial

3. Non-discrimination: The applicant agrees that no person will, on the basis of
   race, color, national origin, creed or religion be excluded from participation
   in, be refused the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination
   pursuant to the Act governing these funds or any project, program, activity
   or sub-grant supported by the requirements of, (a) Title VI of the Civil Rights   Initial
   Act of 1964 which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or
   national origin; (b) Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as
   amended which prohibits discrimination the basis of sex; (c) Section 504 of
   the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended which prohibits discrimination in
   employment or any program or activity that receives or benefits from federal
   financial assistance on the basis of handicaps; (d) Age Discrimination Act
   1975, as amended which prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, (e)
   Equal Employment Opportunity Program (EEOP) must meets the
   requirements of 28 CFR 42.301.
4. Lobbying: The applicant is prohibited by Title 31, USC, Section 1352,
   entitled “Limitation on use of appropriated funds to influence certain Federal
   contracting and financial transactions,” from using Federal funds for lobbying
   the Executive or Legislative Branches of the federal government in
   connection with a specific grant or cooperative agreement. Section 1352
   also requires that each person who requests or receives a Federal grant or        Initial
   cooperative agreement must disclose lobbying undertaken with non-Federal
   funds if grants and/or cooperative agreements exceed $100,000 in total
   costs (45 CFR Part 93).
5. Drug-Free Workplace Requirements: The applicant agrees that it will, or will
   continue to, provide a drug-free workplace in accordance with 45 CFR Part         Initial
   76.
6. Smoke-Free Workplace Requirements: Public Law 103-227, Part C-
   Environmental Tobacco Smoke, also known as the Pro-Children Act of 1994
   (Act), requires that smoking not be permitted in any portion of any indoor
   facility owned or leased or contracted for by an entity and used routinely or
   regularly for the provision of health, day care, education, or library projects
   to children under the age of 18, if the projects are funded by Federal
   programs either directly or through State or local governments, by Federal
   grant, contract, loan, or loan guarantee. The law does not apply to
   children’s projects provided in private residences, facilities funded solely by
   Medicare or Medicaid funds, and portions of facilities used for inpatient drug    Initial
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    result in the imposition of a civil monetary penalty of up to $1,000 per day
    and/or the imposition of an administrative compliance order on the
    responsible entity.
7. Pricing: The applicant certifies as to its own organization that (a) the prices
   proposed have been arrived at independently, without consultation,
   communication, or agreement for the purpose of restricting competition as to
   any matter relating to such prices with any other applicant or with any
   competitor and (b) unless otherwise required by law, the prices quoted have
   not been knowingly disclosed by the applicant prior to award, whether                             Initial
   directly or indirectly, to any other applicant or competitor.
8. Certification of Non-supplanting: The applicant certifies that funds awarded
   under this solicitation will not be used for programs currently being paid for                    Initial
   by other funds or programs where the funding has been committed.
9. The coalition does not provide direct substance abuse prevention services
   or substance abuse treatment services to program participants or clients                          Initial
10. The coalition agrees to submit all required data.
                                                                                                     Initial
By signing and submitting this agreement, the Applicant certifies that it will comply with all the
above requirements.



______________________________________                               ___________
Applicant Signature                                                   Date




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                                     Appendix D

                List of Countywide or Designated Coalitions (*)

No.   Coalition name                                           County
1     Partners In Prevention of Substance Abuse Coalition      Alachua
2     Northeast Florida Education Consortium                   Baker
3     Tobacco-Free Partnership of Bay County                   Bay
4     Northeast Florida Education Consortium                   Bradford
5     Brevard Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition       Brevard
6     United Way of Broward County Commission on               Broward
      Substance Abuse
7     PANDAAP (Panhandle Drug & Alcohol Abuse                  Calhoun
      Prevention) Coalition
8     Charlotte Alliance for a Safe and Drug Free Community    Charlotte
9     Drug Coalition of Citrus County                          Citrus
10    Clay Action Coalition                                    Clay
11    Substance Abuse Coalition of Collier County              Collier
12    Columbia Safe and Drug-Free Schools Advisory Council     Columbia
13    Miami-Dade Coalition                                     Dade
14    DeSoto County Coalition on Substance Abuse               DeSoto
15    Northeast Florida Education Consortium                   Dixie
16    Join Together Jacksonville                               Duval
17    Northwest Florida Prevention Coalition                   Escambia
18    Focus on Flagler Youth                                   Flagler
19    Franklin’s Promise                                       Franklin
20    HELP AD: Gadsden County Substance Abuse Coalition        Gadsden
21    Northeast Florida Education Consortium                   Gilchrist
22    Glades County Drug Abuse Reduction Coalition             Glades
23    Gulf County Juvenile Justice                             Gulf
24    Hamilton County Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention        Hamilton
      Coalition
25    Hardee County Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition            Hardee
26    Hendry County Safe and Drug Free Coalition               Hendry
27    Hernando County Community Anti-Drug Coalition            Hernando


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28   Highlands County Community Coalition                     Highlands
29   Hillsborough County Anti Drug Alliance                   Hillsborough
30   Countywide Anti Substance-abuse Efforts (CASE)           Holmes
31   Substance Abuse Council of Indian River County           Indian River
32   PANDAAP (Panhandle Drug & Alcohol Abuse                  Jackson
     Prevention) Coalition
33   Jefferson County Prevention Coalition                    Jefferson
34   Lafayette County Drug-Free Coalition                     Lafayette
35   Safe Climate Coalition                                   Lake
36   Lee County Coalition for a Drug Free Southwest Florida   Lee
37   Tallahassee, Leon County Anti-Drug Anti-Violence         Leon
     Alliance
38   Northeast Florida Education Consortium                   Levy
39   PANDAAP (Panhandle Drug & Alcohol Abuse                  Liberty
     Prevention) Coalition
40   Madison County Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention         Madison
     Coalition
41   Manatee County Substance Abuse Coalition                 Manatee
42   Ocala/Marion County Community Council Against            Marion
     Substance Abuse
43   Shared Services Network of Martin County                 Martin
44   Monroe Co. Com. Substance Abuse & HIV Prevention         Monroe
     Coalition
45   Nassau Alcohol Crime Drug Abatement Coalition            Nassau
     (NACDAC)
46   Okaloosa County Anti-Drug Coalition, Inc.                Okaloosa
47   Okeechobee Substance Abuse Coalition                     Okeechobee
48   Orange County Office for a Drug Free Community           Orange
49   Community Osceola Coalition                              Osceola
50   Palm Beach County Substance Abuse Prevention             Palm Beach
     Coalition
51   The Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute              Pasco
52   Live Free! Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition          Pinellas
53   Drug Prevention Resource Center                          Polk
54   Putnam County Anti-Drug Coalition                        Putnam


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55    Prevention Coalition of St. Johns County                        St. Johns
56    Shared Services Network of St. Lucie County                     St. Lucie
57    Community Drug and Alcohol Council                              Santa Rosa
58    Sarasota Coalition on Substance Abuse, Inc                      Sarasota
59    Seminole County Drug-Free Coalition                             Seminole
60    Sumter Pride                                                    Sumter
61    Tobacco Free Partnership of Suwannee County                     Suwannee
62    Boys and Girls Club of Perry                                    Taylor
63    Union County Community Council                                  Union
64    One Voice for Volusia                                           Volusia
65    Wakulla County Coalition for Youth                              Wakulla
66    Walton County Prevention Coalition                              Walton
67    PANDAAP (Panhandle Drug & Alcohol Abuse                         Washington
      Prevention) Coalition

    Please call or email Ron Manasa or Senta Goudy, if you believe that the
     coalitions listed here are not the overarching coalition that represents your
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                                         Appendix E

                     State Priority Substance Abuse Problems
            By Urban and Rural Counties and Ranked by Rate of Problem

Youth 30-day Alcohol Use (FYSAS 2006)
                Urban Counties             Rural Counties
 Quartile
                  Name       Rate           Name         Rate
            Sarasota         41.1    Monroe              42.7
            Lee              36.5    Flagler             38.7
            Pinellas         36.3    Citrus              38.6
            Palm Beach       35.1    Suwannee            38.2
            Manatee          34.9    Bay                 37.1
    1                                Okeechobee          37.0
                                     Charlotte           36.8
                                     Dixie               36.1
                                     Wakulla             35.9
                                     Indian River        35.5
                                     Walton              35.5
            Volusia           34.4   Santa Rosa          35.2
            Lake              34.1   Franklin            35.1
            Brevard           33.9   Hernando            35.0
            Pasco             33.5   Nassau              34.9
            Seminole          33.3   Baker               34.2
    2                                Martin              34.2
                                     DeSoto              33.8
                                     Clay                33.7
                                     Taylor              33.4
                                     Gilchrist           33.3
                                     Levy                33.3
            Miami-Dade        32.5   Hardee              33.0
            Collier           32.0   Gulf                32.9
            Saint Lucie       32.0   Holmes              32.2
            Leon              31.5   Calhoun             31.8
            Polk              30.3   Saint Johns         31.7
    3                                Putnam              31.5
                                     Columbia            30.3
                                     Lafayette           30.3
                                     Hendry              30.1
                                     Madison             30.0
                                     Sumter              29.9
            Escambia          29.8   Union               29.7
            Marion            29.1   Highlands           28.8
            Orange            28.6   Jackson             27.8
            Hillsborough      27.5   Washington          27.4
            Broward           27.1   Glades              27.0
    4       Duval             25.6   Osceola             26.6



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                                     Hamilton           25.5
                                     Bradford           24.8
                                     Liberty            23.3
                                     Gadsden            18.6
                                     Jefferson          14.4




Middle School 30-day Inhalant Use (FYSAS
2006)
                 Urban Counties            Rural Counties
 Quartile
                  Name        Rate          Name         Rate
            Polk               7.9   Nassau              11.0
            Escambia           7.4   Holmes               9.7
            Lake               7.4   Jefferson            8.7
            Leon               7.2   Bay                  8.6
            Pinellas           7.2   Wakulla              8.1
    1                                Hamilton             8.0
                                     Gilchrist            7.6
                                     Calhoun              7.3
                                     Suwannee             7.0
                                     Hendry               6.6
                                     Madison              6.6
            Lee                6.1   Citrus               6.5
            Broward            5.9   Hernando             6.5
            Marion             5.9   Hardee               6.4
            Orange             5.8   Walton               6.4
            Brevard            5.7   Franklin             6.3
    2       Sarasota           5.7   Gulf                 6.2
                                     Liberty              6.2
                                     Sumter               6.2
                                     Clay                 5.9
                                     Osceola              5.8
                                     Santa Rosa           5.7
            Collier            5.2   Charlotte            5.5
            Pasco              5.1   Putnam               5.5
            Volusia            5.0   Indian River         5.3
            Seminole           4.9   Highlands            5.3
            St. Lucie          4.9   Union                5.2
    3                                Baker                5.2
                                     Washington           5.1
                                     Desoto               5.1
                                     Flagler              4.9
                                     Okeechobee           4.9
                                     Martin               4.6
            Duval              4.7   Jackson              4.5
            Hillsborough       4.2   St. Johns            4.5



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            Palm Beach         4.2 Levy                 4.4
            Manatee            4.2 Dixie                3.9
            Dade               4.1 Gadsden              3.9
   4                               Lafayette            3.5
                                   Glades               3.1
                                   Columbia             3.0
                                   Monroe               2.7
                                   Bradford             1.8
                                   Taylor               1.4



Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Crashes
                Urban Counties            Rural Counties
Quartile
                 Name       Rate         Name          Rate
           Escambia         197.9  Monroe             330.1
           Hillsborough     176.8  Franklin           274.0
           Pinellas         171.8  Bay                265.2
           Leon             164.8  Dixie              207.5
           Manatee          163.5  Gadsden            196.5
   1                               Wakulla            196.1
                                   Okaloosa           191.8
                                   Walton             191.7
                                   Columbia           189.2
                                   Liberty            188.8
                                   Martin             180.3
           Volusia          152.5 Glades              179.8
           Alachua          147.2 Taylor              178.9
           Lee              146.8 Putnam              177.3
           Duval            145.8 Gilchrist           173.1
           Pasco            142.6 Okeechobee          172.1
   2                               Levy               168.6
                                   St. Johns          168.3
                                   Suwannee           167.2
                                   Madison            157.3
                                   Jackson            154.1
                                   Lafayette          147.7
           Collier          135.5 Baker               146.8
           Sarasota         134.2 Washington          144.6
           Brevard          127.3 Nassau              139.0
           Orange           125.2 Hamilton            135.8
           Polk             123.0 Hendry              135.2
   3       St. Lucie         120.1 Calhoun            133.7
                                   Desoto             132.3
                                   Hernando           131.9
                                   Charlotte          131.5
                                   Bradford           131.1
                                   Gulf               127.9



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            Lake           111.7 Jefferson           123.8
            Palm Beach     111.6 Clay                123.7
            Seminole       105.9 Hardee              122.3
            Broward        103.3 Indian River        121.4
            Marion         102.9 Holmes              118.9
   4        Dade             84.4 Flagler            118.7
                                  Santa Rosa         114.2
                                  Citrus             108.8
                                  Osceola            100.3
                                  Union               96.2
                                  Highlands           93.5
                                  Sumter                 83.3



Adult Prevalence of Heavy or Binge Drinking
                Urban Counties            Rural Counties
 Quartile
                 Name        Rate          Name         Rate
            Alachua          24.5   Hendry              25.7
            Seminole         17.4   Monroe              23.8
            Pasco            17.3   St. Johns           16.8
            Brevard          17.0   Gilchrist           16.1
            Orange           16.7   Jefferson           15.9
    1                               Putnam              15.4
                                    Charlotte           15.0
                                    Flagler             14.9
                                    Lafayette           14.8
                                    Union               13.9
                                    Franklin            13.8
            Escambia         15.9   Columbia            13.7
            Leon             15.3   Liberty             13.7
            Volusia          15.2   Bradford            13.6
            Dade             15.0   Wakulla             13.4
            Pinellas         14.7   Desoto              13.3
    2                               Dixie               13.3
                                    Indian River        13.0
                                    Santa Rosa          12.9
                                    Walton              12.7
                                    Citrus              12.6
            Lee              14.2   Clay                12.5
            Manatee          14.2   Okaloosa            12.5
            Hillsborough     14.0   Levy                12.4
            Palm Beach       13.7   Baker               12.2
            Collier          13.5   Bay                 12.1
            Broward          13.2   Calhoun             11.3
    3                               Holmes              11.1
                                    Osceola             10.8
                                    Taylor              10.6



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                              Nassau       10.4
                              Sumter       10.2
                              Gulf         10.0
    St. Lucie          12.4   Martin        9.7
    Marion             12.1   Highlands     9.6
    Polk               11.1   Okeechobee    9.5
    Duval              10.9   Hernando      9.4
    Lake               10.3   Hamilton      8.9
4   Sarasota            9.9   Gadsden       8.7
                              Jackson       8.7
                              Suwannee      8.6
                              Madison       8.3
                              Washington    8.0
                              Hardee        7.9
                              Glades        6.5




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                                       Appendix F

                                Florida Data Sources

In Florida, Community Coalitions have the advantage of a State rich with data. The
Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey is conducted statewide each year, with in-depth
county statistics provided every other year. This is a baseline that communities can use to
begin the process of identifying their own concerns.

However, a wide variety of other data is necessary to clearly define the issues. These
include surveys of representative groups, population surveys, surveys of key informants,
interviews and participation in the field with users of services and focus groups.

In addition you can find data for your community below:

U.S. Census Bureau
http://factfinder.census.gov/home/saff/main.html?_lang=en

Community Health Assessment Resource Tool Set:
http://www.floridacharts.com/charts/SpecReport.aspx?RepID=350304

Florida Department of Education Safe and Drug Free Schools
http://www.firn.edu/doe/besss/sdfs.html

Florida Epidemiology Profile
http://cdrc.med.miami.edu/x58.xml

Florida Guide to Resources for Community Anti-Drug Coalitions
http://www.fadaa.org/services/resource_center/coalitions/resources/FCC_guide_web.pdf

DAWN report 2004
http://dawninfo.samhsa.gov/files/DAWN2k4ED.pdf

Adults working Data by county
http://www.labormarketinfo.com/library/census/workerflow/index.htm

Juvenile Offenders 2006
http://ojjdp.ncjrs.gov/ojstatbb/nr2006/downloads/NR2006.pdf

Under-Age Drinking
http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/mime/open.pdf?Item=1360

National Hispanic Science Network on Drug abuse
http://www.nhsn.med.miami.edu/



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Research Data Deposit Bank
http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Data
http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/SAMHDA/

Prevention Handbook
http://www.preventioncurriculum.com/default.cfm

High Risk Youth Behavior
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss5302a1.htm

Drug Testing in Schools
http://www.drugpolicy.org/docUploads/Johnston_sdt_study.pdf

Underage Drinking
http://www.stopalcoholabuse.gov/media/underagedrinking/pdf/underagerpttocongress.pdf

Underage drinking enforcement
http://www.udetc.org/documents/mediaadvocacy.pdf

Media information
http://www.marininstitute.org/

Florida Kids Count
http://www.aecf.org/kidscount/data.htm

Elders
http://www.floridahealthstat.com/insurance.shtml

Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance - Selected Steps Communities, 2005 (Pinellas County)
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss5602a1.htm?s_cid=ss5602a1_e




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