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Apply for Anne Arundel Co. Underage Drinking Prevention Grants

Underage drinking remains a serious problem nationwide, and Anne Arundel County’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Education Services Program wants to put a stop to it locally.

 

Underage Drinking Preventions Grant

 

The program is seeking community organizations to apply for a Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework Community Implementation Grant. One group will be awarded approximately $60,000 in fiscal year 2012, $60,000 in FY2013, and $60,000 in FY2014, to lead the Northern Anne Arundel County Strategic Prevention Framework Coalition.

The purpose of the coalition is to assess community needs, build community capacity, create and maintain a strategic plan, implement environmental strategies, and evaluate coalition process and strategies. The funding must be used for the development and implementation of culturally competent, evidence-based environmental prevention strategies and programs specifically designed to reduce the prevalence of underage drinking, youth binge drinking, and alcohol-related crashes in the community at the local level.

Grant Deadline

The deadline for grant applications is Friday, March 30, 2012. Applicants are required to attend a Pre-Proposal Workshop on Friday, February 17, at 10 a.m. in Conference Room 131 of the Behavioral Health Building, 122 North Langley Rd, Glen Burnie.

Applications must be postmarked or hand delivered by 5 p.m. on March 30, 2012, to Anne Arundel County Department of Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Education Services, 122 North Langley Road, Suite A, Glen Burnie, Maryland 21060. Faxed applications will not be accepted.

For additional grant application information, see aahealth.org/pdf/naacspf.pdf.

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