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Coalitions Rising Session 3 - One CADCA
Join Prevention Action Alliance and General Barrye Price, President and CEO of CADCA, for the third 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: One CADCA

Description: As the new President and CEO of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) Gen. Barrye L. Price, Ph.D. will introduce himself to Ohio coalitions, discuss his plan for moving forward as a national level coalition supporting organization, and review the importance behind community coalition building and collaboration. The importance of working collaboratively both inside your community and together with other community coalitions in your area is an important part of capacity building, Gen. Price will highlight the work being done through CADCA to facilitate this collaboration.

Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will be able to identify the national-level support opportunities for community behavioral health coalitions
2. Participants will be able to describe how community coalitions impact the behavioral health field in communities across Ohio
3. Participants will be able to implement best practices for coalition building in their communities

Apr 19, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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General Barrye L. Price, Ph.D
President and CEO @CADCA
General Barrye L. Price is a 1985 Distinguished Military Graduate of the University of Houston's College of Business Administration. He earned a Master of Arts Degree in History in 1994 from Texas A&M University and in 1997 he became the first African-American to obtain a doctorate from the Department of History in the 140-year history of Texas A&M University. He also earned a Master of Science Degree in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University in 2004. He served within the US Army for 31 years with duty both domestically and abroad.