Find out what’s new from the CAPT! Access practical tools, timely resources, and stories of success from across the nation to inspire and support your substance misuse prevention efforts.
Find out how Wisconsin’s Departments of Health Services and Justice teamed up to design and deliver a statewide media campaign to prevent prescription drug misuse. Learn More >
Prevention SustainAbilities: Planning for Success was awarded an eHealthcare Leadership 2017 Award from Plain-English Health Care. The awards program recognizes the best in websites, digital communications, and business improvement initiatives from a wide range of healthcare organizations. This course previously earned three Omni Awards for excellence in digital design. Learn More >
NEW CAPT TOOLS AND RESOURCES
Watch Wisconsin Prevention Coordinator Christy Niemuth and Utah Prevention Program Administrator Craig PoVey share their experiences developing media campaigns to prevent prescription drug misuse.
- Preventing Prescription Opioid Misuse in Utah: Leveraging Partnerships. Watch Now >
- Lessons from Utah: Using Media Campaigns to Engage Local Partners. Watch Now >
- Lessons from Wisconsin: The Value of Broad Stakeholder Involvement. Watch Now >
- Lessons from Wisconsin: Finding a Prevention Champion. Watch Now >
Examines the role of language in perpetuating substance use disorder stigma, followed by tips for ensuring that the language we use and messages we deliver are positive, productive, and inclusive. Learn More >
Provides an overview of this important overdose prevention strategy, including the aims of Good Samaritan laws and types of protections they can offer. Learn More >
February 5-8, 2018. National Harbor, MD. This four-day event offers participants the opportunity to learn about latest strategies to fight substance misuse, and hear from nationally-known prevention experts, federal administrators, and concerned policy makers. Learn More >
February 5, 2018. National Harbor, MD. This event will feature presentations, training sessions, technical assistance, and resources to support prevention practitioners, community leaders, researchers, and consumers in successfully addressing emerging substance misuse prevention issues. Learn More >