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NCJ Number: 164655 Find in a Library
Title: Miami Coalition for a Drug-Free Community, Annual Report
Corporate Author: Miami Coalition for a Drug-Free Community
United States of America
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 41
Sponsoring Agency: Miami Coalition for a Drug-Free Community
Miami, FL 33131
Sale Source: Miami Coalition for a Drug-Free Community
400 S.E. Second Avenue, 4th Fl
Miami, FL 33131
United States of America
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This annual report of the Miami Coalition for a Drug-Free Community highlights significant initiatives completed or underway as of 1992.
Abstract: The coalition initiated the Drug-Free Youth in Town Program at a senior high school; obtained High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area monies for Federal, State, and local enforcement agencies in the Miami area; participated in drug policy games sponsored by Rand Corporation to develop a 3-year public policy plan on drug abuse; attracted more than 1,000 people to an Interfaith rally; demolished more than 1,700 crack houses; fostered collaboration among cultural arts organizations, social service agencies, and professionals who promote the advantages of being drug-free; and received $800,000 to fund drug abuse prevention services in Dade County. The coalition's drug control plan is considered to be a national model for community action, and organizational and strategic planning activities of the coalition are reviewed. Photographs
Main Term(s): Drug prevention programs
Index Term(s): Drug abuse; Drug law enforcement; Drug regulation; Florida; Interagency cooperation; Juvenile drug abusers
Note: DCC
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