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Evaluate

Evaluate AOD community efforts, showcase success, identify areas to improve, and plan development.

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Evaluation Tools

Discover evaluation tools from the LDAT program to measure your activities' impact on drug and alcohol issues, and learn new data collection methods.

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Getting started with evaluation

Evaluate AOD community activities to assess effectiveness, describe successes, and plan for improvement. Achieve goals and engage funders

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Deliver your Community Action Plan

Implement your LDAT's Community Action Plan. Engage the community, promote activities, and manage finances to local address alcohol and other drug issues.

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Community Action Plan

When you join the Local Drug Action Team Program, you start by developing a Community Action Plan to outline the activities you will deliver.

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LDAT program updates

Explore LDAT program updates, featuring simplified materials, streamlined systems, and new toolkits, reflecting community feedback for better prevention.

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Collect your data

Use various data collection tools, such as surveys and interviews, to effectively assess your activity's impact, meet goals, and improve future efforts.

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Evidence-informed primary prevention for youth

Numerous community prevention programs operate to reduce alcohol and other drug harms in youth. Two examples of evaluated youth prevention programs are outlined below (one local and one international).

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Establish your measures

Measures of success (sometimes called indicators) indicate what needs to be measured in order to assess the project’s success.

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Copyright

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