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Community Action

Bringing up a drug-free generation: How communities can support parents
National Crime Prevention Council

Building resiliency: What works! A community guide to preventing alcohol and other drug abuse through positive youth development
National Assembly of National Voluntary Health and Social Welfare Organizations

Communities take charge: A manual for the prevention of alcohol and other drug problems among youth
Marilyn Aguirre-Molina and Emily Van Ness

Communities that care: Action for drug abuse prevention
J. David Hawkins, Richard F. Catalano Jr. and Associates

Community action guide to policies for prevention
Join Together Policy Panel on Preventing Substance Abuse

Community organizing for the prevention of problems related to alcohol and other drugs
Robin Wechsler and Tamar Schnepp

Creating a climate of hope: Ten neighborhoods tackle the drug crisis
National Crime Prevention Council

Drug free zones: A guide for community action
Diane Neely and David Grant

Fighting drug abuse at the local level
Paul S. Jellinek and Ruby P. Hearn

Leading from the ground up: The third national survey of the community movement against substance abuse, 1995 report to the nation
Join Together

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