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Coalitions Rising Session 4 - Environmental Strategies in Alcohol Prevention
Join Prevention Action Alliance and Stacey Pratt, Project Director for ASAP of Anderson, for the final session of this year's virtual Coalitions Rising conference. Continuing Education credits from the OCDP and CSWMFT boards, and CHES credits are being applied for

Session Title: Environmental Strategies in Alcohol Prevention

Description: During this presentation, attendees will hear about a variety of environmental strategies targeted at alcohol prevention, learn about which prospective partners in their community could help support these efforts, see how Anderson County was able to significantly reduce underage drinking in their community, and receive information and resources for completing environmental scans in their community.

Learning Objectives: After the presentation, attendees will be able to:
1. Understand a variety of ways environmental strategies can be incorporated into alcohol misuse prevention.
2. Identify and engage partners in their community who can support their work towards reduced alcohol misuse.
3. Have increased knowledge and resources for completing environmental scans of alcohol outlets in their community.

Apr 19, 2021 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Stacey Pratt, MBA, CPS II
Project Director @ASAP of Anderson
Stacey Pratt is a CPS II who holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Tennessee and an MBA from King University. After volunteering with ASAP of Anderson since its inception in 2008, she came on staff in 2013 and currently serves as Project Director. Her work focuses on the prevention of alcohol, opioids and nicotine in Anderson County, Tennessee and also leading the ASAP Youth Ambassador Coalition. Stacey co-authored the paper “Assessing Benefits and Costs of Prevention: Utilization of Environmental Strategies to Reduce Substance Abuse and the Burden of Public Spending” and has presented this information at the CADCA Forum and Mid-Year Training Institute. Stacey enjoys living in East Tennessee with her husband, two year old daughter, four year old son, a Weimaraner, and a turtle.