Regional Prevention Partnership

The Regional Prevention Partnership (RPP) is a five-year cooperative agreement with the US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abase and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Franklin and Grand Isle Counties are one of six new regions to which the Vermont Department of Health has awarded a grant under the RPP. The goals of RPP are to:

  1. Reduce underage and binge drinking among persons ages 12-20
  2. Reduce marijuana use among persons ages 12-25
  3. Reduce prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons ages 12-25
  4. Increase state, regional, and community capacity to prevent underage and binge drinking, prescription drug misuse, and marijuana use through a targeted regional approach.

Support documents include:
RPP_Guidance_Document_September_2016

Strategies:
Appendix_A1_Underage_Drinking_VT_State_Logic­_Model_FINAL
Appendix_A2_Binge_Drinking_VT_State_Logic_Model_FINAL
Appendix_A3_Prescription_Drug_VT_State_Logic_Model_FINAL
Appendix_A4_Illicit_Drug_Marijuana_VT_State_Logic_Model_FINAL
Appendices_B1_B2_B3_B4_RPP_Strategies_Intervening_Variables_Grid

Community profiles:
rpp_franklin
rpp_grandisle

RPP Planning Tools (clicking on these tools takes you to the ADAP  site)::

Meetings:
rpp-agenda-092116