The Stop Access Drug Free Communities Coalition is a citywide coalition serving Springfield Massachusetts with the goal of addressing community level change to prevent and reduce underage drinking, and use of marijuana and tobacco/nicotine under the age of twenty-one years, focusing primarily on middle and high school age youth.
The coalition is coordinated by Gándara Center and funded by a grant from the U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy, administered by the Center for Disease Control.
The coalition’s overarching aim is to use environmental strategies that affect community level-change, change community attitudes and youth access to alcohol, marijuana and tobacco through a variety of strategies. Strategies are selected based on community need data and input from the Springfield community. La coalición Stop Access invita a participar a todos los residentes interesados y organizaciones de la ciudad de Springfield.
120 Maple St, Suite #305, Springfield, MA; 01105
Contacto: Malikah Jeffries, Coalition Coordinator: al (413) 733-0261 o por correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon Hall-Smith, Program Director: at (413)733-9024 or email to email@example.com