In fiscal year 2021 (September 2021 – September 2022), more than 700 DFC coalitions across the United States received funding. In 2019, 1 in 5 Americans lived in a community with a DFC-funded coalition. Since 2005, 51% of the U.S. population has lived in a community with a DFC coalition. Here is a link to a searchable list of the DFC Coalitions provided by the CDC. Go to the List.
FDA’s award-winning public education campaign, “The Real Cost,” continues to prevent youth from tobacco initiation and use. “The Real Cost” launched in 2014 with cigarette prevention messaging using a robust paid media strategy to effectively reach teens and change their tobacco-related knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. The campaign expanded to include smokeless tobacco messaging in 2016, and FDA began prioritizing e-cigarette messaging in 2017 due to high usage rates among youth.
The Tobacco Education Resource Library, from FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, provides tobacco education resources. This site offers digital and print content for state and local health officials, nonprofit organizations, and schools to support public outreach efforts.
Above the Influence Toolkits and Activities page has a list of downloadable toolkits and activities that youth groups or educators can use to help inspire young people to live above the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Visit this page here: https://live-atipartnerships.pantheonsite.io/downloads-toolkits/
The 2020 National Drug Threat Assessment (NDTA) is a comprehensive assessment of the threat posed to the United States by the trafficking and abuse of illicit drugs, the diversion and abuse of licit drugs, and the laundering of proceeds generated through illicit drug sales. It also addresses the role domestic groups, including organized violent gangs, serve in domestic drug trafficking.
This Website from Pima County, AZ has a very comprehensive Anti Vaping Awareness and media campaign. It is a great site to find resources about vaping as well as media campaign ideas. https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=474763