U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government, Department of Justice.

Dot gov

The .gov means it’s official.
Federal government websites always use a .gov or .mil domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.

Https

The site is secure.
The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.

Drug-Free Communities Support Program

Award Information

Award #
1998-JN-FX-0101
Location
Awardee County
Rockland
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-0101 (S-4)

The Rockland Alliance for Prevention (RAP) sustains a county-wide, youth-focused initiative built on a series of community assessments identifying risk factors among Rockland youth. Located directly northwest of New York City across the Hudson River, the RAP is coordinated by a Steering Committee and operated through several subcommittees that work in collaboration with local government, service agencies, and other various organizations. RAP will continue to pursue the following six goals: 1) reduce and prevent ATOD use among youth; 2) increase perception and understanding regarding risks of ATOD use among youth; 3) increase parent/teen communication regarding ATOD use among families; 4) reduce and prevent the incidence of violence among youth with a focus on issues of diversity; 5) enhance pro-social skills and asset-building strategies for youth; and 6) enhance the knowledge base, capacity, effectiveness, and linkages among local prevention programs reaching out to and serving youth. Strategies to accomplish these goals include: 1) information dissemination through underage drinking brochures, the Networking for Prevention newletter, the coalition website, a youth volunteer service opportunities directory, and PRIDE survey results; 2) trainings for youth and families including Youth Speak-Ups, a media advocacy series, parenting skills classes, police officer education, asset-building opportunities, and violence prevention workshops; 3) information-sharing and skill-building forums such as Cottage Meetings, local Red Ribbon events, and a sustained media campaign; and 4) technical assistance for local youth-serving organization.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0101 (S-4)

The Rockland Alliance for Prevention (RAP) sustains a county-wide, youth-focused initiative built on a series of community assessments identifying risk factors among Rockland youth. Located directly northwest of New York City across the Hudson River, the RAP is coordinated by a Steering Committee and operated through several subcommittees that work in collaboration with local government, service agencies, and other various organizations. RAP will continue to pursue the following six goals: 1) reduce and prevent ATOD use among youth; 2) increase perception and understanding regarding risks of ATOD use among youth; 3) increase parent/teen communication regarding ATOD use among families; 4) reduce and prevent the incidence of violence among youth with a focus on issues of diversity; 5) enhance pro-social skills and asset-building strategies for youth; and 6) enhance the knowledge base, capacity, effectiveness, and linkages among local prevention programs reaching out to and serving youth. Strategies to accomplish these goals include: 1) information dissemination through underage drinking brochures, the Networking for Prevention newletter, the coalition website, a youth volunteer service opportunities directory, and PRIDE survey results; 2) trainings for youth and families including Youth Speak-Ups, a media advocacy series, parenting skills classes, police officer education, asset-building opportunities, and violence prevention workshops; 3) information-sharing and skill-building forums such as Cottage Meetings, local Red Ribbon events, and a sustained media campaign; and 4) technical assistance for local youth-serving organization.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0101 (S-4)

The Rockland Alliance for Prevention (RAP) sustains a county-wide, youth-focused initiative built on a series of community assessments identifying risk factors among Rockland youth. Located directly northwest of New York City across the Hudson River, the RAP is coordinated by a Steering Committee and operated through several subcommittees that work in collaboration with local government, service agencies, and other various organizations. RAP will continue to pursue the following six goals: 1) reduce and prevent ATOD use among youth; 2) increase perception and understanding regarding risks of ATOD use among youth; 3) increase parent/teen communication regarding ATOD use among families; 4) reduce and prevent the incidence of violence among youth with a focus on issues of diversity; 5) enhance pro-social skills and asset-building strategies for youth; and 6) enhance the knowledge base, capacity, effectiveness, and linkages among local prevention programs reaching out to and serving youth. Strategies to accomplish these goals include: 1) information dissemination through underage drinking brochures, the Networking for Prevention newletter, the coalition website, a youth volunteer service opportunities directory, and PRIDE survey results; 2) trainings for youth and families including Youth Speak-Ups, a media advocacy series, parenting skills classes, police officer education, asset-building opportunities, and violence prevention workshops; 3) information-sharing and skill-building forums such as Cottage Meetings, local Red Ribbon events, and a sustained media campaign; and 4) technical assistance for local youth-serving organization.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0101 (S-4)

The Rockland Alliance for Prevention (RAP) sustains a county-wide, youth-focused initiative built on a series of community assessments identifying risk factors among Rockland youth. Located directly northwest of New York City across the Hudson River, the RAP is coordinated by a Steering Committee and operated through several subcommittees that work in collaboration with local government, service agencies, and other various organizations. RAP will continue to pursue the following six goals: 1) reduce and prevent ATOD use among youth; 2) increase perception and understanding regarding risks of ATOD use among youth; 3) increase parent/teen communication regarding ATOD use among families; 4) reduce and prevent the incidence of violence among youth with a focus on issues of diversity; 5) enhance pro-social skills and asset-building strategies for youth; and 6) enhance the knowledge base, capacity, effectiveness, and linkages among local prevention programs reaching out to and serving youth. Strategies to accomplish these goals include: 1) information dissemination through underage drinking brochures, the Networking for Prevention newletter, the coalition website, a youth volunteer service opportunities directory, and PRIDE survey results; 2) trainings for youth and families including Youth Speak-Ups, a media advocacy series, parenting skills classes, police officer education, asset-building opportunities, and violence prevention workshops; 3) information-sharing and skill-building forums such as Cottage Meetings, local Red Ribbon events, and a sustained media campaign; and 4) technical assistance for local youth-serving organization.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 98-JN-FX-0101 (S-4)

The Rockland Alliance for Prevention (RAP) sustains a county-wide, youth-focused initiative built on a series of community assessments identifying risk factors among Rockland youth. Located directly northwest of New York City across the Hudson River, the RAP is coordinated by a Steering Committee and operated through several subcommittees that work in collaboration with local government, service agencies, and other various organizations. RAP will continue to pursue the following six goals: 1) reduce and prevent ATOD use among youth; 2) increase perception and understanding regarding risks of ATOD use among youth; 3) increase parent/teen communication regarding ATOD use among families; 4) reduce and prevent the incidence of violence among youth with a focus on issues of diversity; 5) enhance pro-social skills and asset-building strategies for youth; and 6) enhance the knowledge base, capacity, effectiveness, and linkages among local prevention programs reaching out to and serving youth. Strategies to accomplish these goals include: 1) information dissemination through underage drinking brochures, the Networking for Prevention newletter, the coalition website, a youth volunteer service opportunities directory, and PRIDE survey results; 2) trainings for youth and families including Youth Speak-Ups, a media advocacy series, parenting skills classes, police officer education, asset-building opportunities, and violence prevention workshops; 3) information-sharing and skill-building forums such as Cottage Meetings, local Red Ribbon events, and a sustained media campaign; and 4) technical assistance for local youth-serving organization.

ca/ncf

Date Created: September 28, 1998