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Drug-Free Communities Support Program

Award Information

Award #
1998-JN-FX-0050
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1998
Total funding (to date)
$425,000
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1998, $100,000)

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0050 (S-3)

The goal of this project is to reduce the use of illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco products among youth, and secondarily among adults, in "Down East" Maine, population about 25,000 - which is made up of America's eastermost and some of its most poor and isolated towns. Project strategies for the next fiscal year include: extensive media outreach and community education; research-based prevention programs, including Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth participating in planning and implementation of project activities through task forces and Washington County Youth Council; effecting environmental change around ATOD, reducing access to ATOD among youth; and increasing access to cessation/treatment resources and services. FY 2001 project strategies include: media outreach and community education; Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth-led activities through Washington County Council, Youth LEAD, and SADD; and environmental policy change.

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0050 (S-3)

The goal of this project is to reduce the use of illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco products among youth, and secondarily among adults, in "Down East" Maine, population about 25,000 - which is made up of America's eastermost and some of its most poor and isolated towns. Project strategies for the next fiscal year include: extensive media outreach and community education; research-based prevention programs, including Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth participating in planning and implementation of project activities through task forces and Washington County Youth Council; effecting environmental change around ATOD, reducing access to ATOD among youth; and increasing access to cessation/treatment resources and services. FY 2001 project strategies include: media outreach and community education; Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth-led activities through Washington County Council, Youth LEAD, and SADD; and environmental policy change.

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0050 (S-3)

The goal of this project is to reduce the use of illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco products among youth, and secondarily among adults, in "Down East" Maine, population about 25,000 - which is made up of America's eastermost and some of its most poor and isolated towns. Project strategies for the next fiscal year include: extensive media outreach and community education; research-based prevention programs, including Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth participating in planning and implementation of project activities through task forces and Washington County Youth Council; effecting environmental change around ATOD, reducing access to ATOD among youth; and increasing access to cessation/treatment resources and services. FY 2001 project strategies include: media outreach and community education; Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth-led activities through Washington County Council, Youth LEAD, and SADD; and environmental policy change.

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0050 (S-3)

The goal of this project is to reduce the use of illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco products among youth, and secondarily among adults, in "Down East" Maine, population about 25,000 - which is made up of America's eastermost and some of its most poor and isolated towns. Project strategies for the next fiscal year include: extensive media outreach and community education; research-based prevention programs, including Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth participating in planning and implementation of project activities through task forces and Washington County Youth Council; effecting environmental change around ATOD, reducing access to ATOD among youth; and increasing access to cessation/treatment resources and services. FY 2001 project strategies include: media outreach and community education; Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth-led activities through Washington County Council, Youth LEAD, and SADD; and environmental policy change.

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0050 (S-3)

The goal of this project is to reduce the use of illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco products among youth, and secondarily among adults, in "Down East" Maine, population about 25,000 - which is made up of America's eastermost and some of its most poor and isolated towns. Project strategies for the next fiscal year include: extensive media outreach and community education; research-based prevention programs, including Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth participating in planning and implementation of project activities through task forces and Washington County Youth Council; effecting environmental change around ATOD, reducing access to ATOD among youth; and increasing access to cessation/treatment resources and services. FY 2001 project strategies include: media outreach and community education; Life Skills Training, Second Step, and Project Adventure programs; youth-led activities through Washington County Council, Youth LEAD, and SADD; and environmental policy change.

Date Created: September 20, 1998