This step-by-step guide discusses strategies for forming a partnership among tobacco control, nutrition, and excessive alcohol use prevention programs. Read the examples and case studies to see partnerships in action, and use the activities, scripts, and worksheets to build relationships of your own.
This playbook presents 15 innovative strategies to increase the accessibility of nutritious foods and beverages, and to limit the prevalence or visibility of tobacco products, non-nutritious foods and beverages, and alcohol in the retail environment.
This tool presents examples from four states to help evaluators and other data collectors improve sample representativeness and survey response rates when gathering primary data.
This tool presents a four-step approach to strengthening and revitalizing evidence-based program workgroups so they are prepared to address current prevention priorities and meet evolving needs.
This tool offers a comprehensive list of community stakeholder groups, highlighting the ways that “non-traditional” partners can enhance prevention efforts.
This toolkit covers how to establish alcohol sales and service goals for special events, issues to consider when updating or drafting new special event alcohol policies and procedures, and important questions to answer.
This toolkit was developed to help community organizations, state alcohol policy alliances, and substance use prevention coalitions identify, locate, and use data to support the implementation of alcohol policy campaigns.
Place of Last Drink (POLD) is a strategy to reduce the service of alcohol to obviously intoxicated customers (also called “overservice”) at bars, restaurants, and other places that sell alcohol for consumption on their premises. POLD uses data to identify places that demonstrate patterns of overservice. This manual was developed by the University of Minnesota AEP in collaboration with community partners to guide agencies interested in learning more about implementing POLD.
This toolkit, developed in partnership with the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, provides steps for using several alcohol outlet density indicators for surveillance in states and local jurisdictions. It is a companion to the CDC Guide for Measuring Alcohol Outlet Density.
This guide discusses the importance of measuring alcohol outlet density and different approaches for doing so, along with their pros and cons.