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This Information Guide was developed as a means to provide resources for prevention practitioners in addition to the training opportunities offered throughout the year.
Thank you for your dedication to ensuring effective planning and delivery of prevention efforts within the community setting related to local, state and federal alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug laws and policies. We believe your hard work in this area will improve the lives of children, youth and communities across the state. Your work is meaningful, important and necessary in the promotion of healthy, drug-free communities.
Jennifer Ross, PhD (1)
Melinda Pankratz, PhD (1)
Parissa Ballard, PhD (1)
Mark Wolfson, PhD (1)
(1) Wake Forest School of Medicine
Comments and Suggestions Do you have a comment or suggestion? We’d like to hear from you! Prevention practitioners are encouraged to provide comments and suggestions on the information and guidance provided in this document to:
Melinda Pankratz, Ph.D.
Senior Research Associate
Wake Forest School of Medicine Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy
Jennifer Ross, PhD
Wake Forest School of Medicine Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Wolfson, Ph.D.
Professor Wake Forest School of Medicine Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy email@example.com