The Rhode Island Regional Coalitions are a group of dedicated members and partners working together to provide substance use prevention strategies, mental health resources, and advocate for policies that support healthy and safe communities.
We are youth, parents, elected officials, health care providers, faith leaders, local businesses, law enforcement, educational leaders, youth serving organizations and treatment providers. We are YOU!
Are you interested in getting involved to work alongside our dedicated volunteers to help make a difference? We want to hear your ideas. Effective change happens with the input from all community members! Click here to get involved.
The Rhode Island Prevention Coalitions are funded through BHDDH. BHDDH guarantees high-quality, safe and accessible health care services for all individuals with differing intellectual/developmental abilities, mental health or substance use disorders, or who are in the care of facilities administered by BHDDH through an integrated healthcare landscape, in which all Rhode Islanders will thrive.
Click here to hear two of our regional directors talk about the seven Prevention Domains!
The Partnerships for Success
The Partnerships for Success Grant is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and supports community-building and partnership with schools in high-risk communities particularly to address underage drinking among persons aged 12 to 20. This video highlights the many evidence-based programs, campaigns, and initiatives that have been achieved over the last few years. Check out what we do here!
STATE OF RHODE ISLANDState Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup
The State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW) serves as a clearinghouse for substance use and mental health-related data indicators, products, and collaborations. The Rhode Island State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup promotes the use of data indicators that have the reputation of being accurate, reliable, and timely. To explore the national and local data sources used by the SEOW and community partners to make data-driven decisions please click here.