Every year, communities across the United States lose billions of dollars and thousands of bright futures to alcohol, tobacco, violence and crime. This is both unaffordable and unnecessary.
It’s time to invest in what really works for kids.
Communities That Care is a proven prevention system that’s made a difference to real kids in real communities for more than 20 years…» Contact us to get started
The Center for Communities That Care presents a series of web workshops—filled with instructional videos, guides, and personalized support. These workshops present the latest research and strategies from CTC.
You can introduce CTC to your community using this website.
The first step to installing CTC is to gather support from key leaders in your community. A CTC specialist can provide a key leader orientation to introduce the CTC process.
Key Leaders include the mayor, school superintendent, police chief, director of public health and others who control resources and shape opinions. These individuals are critical to CTC’s success…» Watch video
Bring CTC to your community using the web-based workshops. We provide support and training to a local coordinator/facilitator to run CTC workshops in your community using the web workshops with instructional videos.
A CTC specialist will show you how to introduce CTC to your community, guide the process through each of its five phases, and use online tools for monitoring progress.
Online CTC workshops are available thanks, in part, to a grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
The CTC process uses a youth survey to learn about the experiences of your 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th grade students.
Bach Harrison provides surveys, analysis and reporting services for the CTC Youth Survey…
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