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1 DFC Goal One: Increase community collaboration Objective 1: By 9/29/2019 broaden and improve organizational capacity through increasing (long term) member satisfaction by 15% and the membership roster by 30%. Objective 1a: By 9/29/2015 broaden and improve organizational capacity through (short term) recommending governance changes to the full coalition, conducting 5 member trainings, and developing 3 new law enforcement protocols. Strategy1: Strengthen collaboration, structure, and capacity Increase overall membership, including members such as pharmacists, chamber of commerce members, EMT's, and students for leadership retreat Membership, Steering, Paid Ongoing through Provide new member orientation Paid Evaluate by-laws and overall coalition structure and make Steering, Full changes as indicated Provide member training (skills, knowledge, leadership) to successfully accomplish action plan Develop parent training and train coalition volunteers to implement the training Coalition, Paid Paid Public Awareness & Education (PAE), Paid Ongoing through Develop Drug-Free Workplace training and train coalition PAE, Paid 3/31/15 volunteers to implement the training Develop protocols for law enforcement to collect unneeded Access & Avail 12/31/14 prescription medications from home-bound individuals (A&A) Create protocols for community "take back" events Access & Avail 3/31/15 Develop protocols for alcohol compliance checks Access & Avail 3/31/15 DFC Goal Two: Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, adults Objective 1: (long term) By 9/29/2019 reduce underage drinking (30 day use among youth) of Delaware County 6 th -12 th grade students by 10% and citations for minor possession of alcohol by 5%. Objective 1a: By 9/29/2015 increase the number of establishments that card before selling (short term) alcohol as evidenced by a 10% reduction in the number of stores that fail compliance checks, and a 10% increase in the number of establishments that attend responsible beverage service training. Strategy 1: Provide Information Create and distribute Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) PAE, A&A information and resource packets to businesses, Paid Provide information at (at least) 2 athletic and back-toschool PAE, Paid orientations Provide at least 3 information tables at community events PAE, Paid Expand Red Ribbon campaign to year round by providing PAE, Paid multiple community events and schools with consistent resources and activities Support Parents Who Host (PWH) campaign with fact PAE, A&A cards in grocery bags, Paid Send PWH letters from law enforcement to parents during PAE, A&A prom/graduation, Paid Provide PWH buttons and literature to community businesses PAE, A&A, Paid

2 Strategy 2: Build Skills PAE, A&A Provide "Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals" by Drug Recognition Expert to each of the 4 school districts Provide leadership retreat to 60 7 th and 8 th grade students and equip them to create/expand anti-drug activities in their schools Provide training, curriculum, and materials to Delaware County Sheriff's Office to expand Too Good For Drugs & Violence programs to upper elementary grades Provide training to middle and high school foster parents in recognizing alcohol use/abuse and utilizing resources Provide parents with training to strengthen skills and effectiveness when discussing AToD with their children Educate Human Resource professionals on recognizing workplace drug use and providing strategies for employee assistance Work on dangers of substance use and refusal skills with groups that support teenage mothers Provide partial scholarships to one Delaware County student from each of the four school districts to attend the Youth to Youth International leadership retreat. PAE, Paid 1/31/15 PAE, Paid 12/31/14 PAE, Paid 12/31/14 PAE, Paid 12/31/14 PAE, Paid 3/31/15 PAE, Paid Paid Strategy 3: Provide support Offer RBS trainings A&A, Paid Coordinate alcohol based prevention programming in Paid schools Sponsor Town Hall meeting with local experts to address Steering, Paid local AToD conditions, YRBS data, and strategies Provide access to free webinars linked to coalition website Paid Update website and Facebook regularly with AToD issues Paid and information Meet with Chambers of merce members to review and revise alcohol/drug policies Eval, Steering, Paid Strategy 4: Enhance access/reduce barriers Provide free or low cost RBS trainings A&A, PAE Provide RBS trainings in other languages as needed A&A, PAE Provide substitute teachers, enabling school staff to attend Paid "Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals" Provide Drug-Free Workplace trainings also addressing PAE, Paid substance use by underage youth Pilot providing additional officers at sporting events and dances at Delaware City Schools A&A, Paid 5/31/15

3 Strategy 5: Change consequences/incentives Partner with the Delaware County Sheriff s Office to A&A, Paid provide DUI checkpoints nearby to athletic stadiums during events and operate throughout game time in order to reduce alcohol use among youth plete twice qtly. law enforcement compliance checks A&A Pilot a mandated alternative and educational sentencing A&A, PAE program for adult providers of alcohol, Paid Pilot a mandated alternative and educational sentencing A&A, PAE program for underage consumers of alcohol Court system to reduce charges/fines for selling to minors if offender attended RBS training previously or will attend within 30 days of conviction, Paid A&A, Paid Media to publish results of compliance checks PAE, Paid Strategy 6: Physical Design Ensure access to I.D. scanning technology for all retail PAE, A&A establishments in Delaware County, Paid Provide UV LED black light flashlights for checking I.D.s PAE, A&A at open air events after dark, Paid Assist school districts and law enforcement in providing A&A, Paid 5/31/15 additional officers at sporting events and dances Erect PWH banners and yard signs throughout Delaware County PAE, Full Coalition Strategy 7: Policy Pass policy mandating server training for all retail liquor A&A, Paid establishments in Delaware County Follow up with schools to review past school analyses and Eval, Paid policies in need of revision Work with businesses to update drug free workplace Eval, Paid policies Mandate "Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals" for school personnel Steering, Paid

4 Objective 2: (long term) By 9/29/2019 reduce misuse/abuse of prescription drugs (30 day use among youth) of Delaware County 6th-12th grade students by 10% and incidence of overdose by 5%. Objective 2a: By 9/29/2015 reduce the availability of prescription drugs in the community as (short term) evidenced by a 10% increase in the pounds of prescription drugs collected and a 5% decrease in the number of community members who report that they do not dispose of their unwanted/unused medications. Strategy 1: Provide Information Conduct campaign on dangers of Rx misuse/abuse and PAE, Paid proper disposal of Rx drugs Provide informational materials to retirement homes on the PAE, A&A 3/31/15 importance of appropriate disposal of Rx drugs, Paid Provide information and medication disposal bags to PAE, A&A 5/31/15 school nurses, Paid Provide at least 3 information tables at community events PAE, Paid Provide information at (at least) 2 athletic and back-toschool PAE, Paid orientations Provide information and medication disposal bags to inhome health care and hospice workers PAE, Paid Strategy 2: Build Skills Strengthen parents' skills to increase effectiveness in PAE, Paid discussing Rx misuse/abuse with their children Provide leadership retreat to 60 7 th and 8 th grade students PAE, Paid 1/31/15 and equip them to create/expand anti-drug activities in their schools Educate Human Resource professionals on recognizing PAE, Paid 3/31/15 workplace drug use and providing strategies for employee assistance Provide parents with training to strengthen skills and PAE, Paid 12/31/14 effectiveness when discussing Rx misuse/abuse with their children Work on dangers of substance use and refusal skills with PAE, Paid groups that support teenaged mothers Provide partial scholarships to one Delaware County student from each of the four school districts to attend the Youth to Youth International leadership retreat. Paid Strategy 3: Provide support Oversee maintenance of coalition's 5 county-wide A&A, Paid prescription drug disposal drop-boxes Sponsor Town Hall meeting with local experts Steering, Paid Provide access to free webinars linked to coalition website Paid Update Facebook regularly with AToD issues and Paid information Assist local law enforcement in prescription drug "take A&A, PAE back" days Assist law enforcement in picking up of Rx drugs from home-bound individuals A&A, Paid

5 Strategy 4: Enhance access/reduce barriers With law enforcement, conduct "take back" events at A&A, PAE retirement homes and businesses using coalition's portable drop-boxes, Paid Assist law enforcement in picking up of Rx drugs from A&A, Paid home-bound individuals Solicit funding from community partners to purchase and distribute medication lock boxes for in-home use Full coalition, Paid Strategy 5: Change consequences/incentives Incentivize businesses to provide Rx medication disposal events using coalition's portable drop-boxes and offering prizes to participating employees PAE, A&A, Paid Influence malpractice insurance carriers to provide discounted premiums for physicians' offices that utilize OARRS Steering, Paid Strategy 6: Physical Design Install 2 additional prescription medication disposal dropboxes A&A, PAE in pharmacies, Paid Provide pharmacy drop-box sites with promotional displays and medication disposal bags PAE, Full Coalition Strategy 7: Policy Ensure that all first responders have the tools, supplies, and A&A, Paid skills to intervene when dealing with overdoses Follow up with schools to review past school analyses and Eval, Paid 3/31/15 policies in need of revision Work with businesses to update drug free workplace policies Eval, Paid

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