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Grants for Coalitions to Prevent and Reduce Alcohol Abuse at Institutions of Higher Education

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This section presents selected program performance information on the program below, including, for example, GPRA goals, objectives, measures, and performance targets and data; and an assessment of the progress made toward achieving program results. 

Achievement of program results is based on the cumulative effect of the resources provided in previous years and those requested in fiscal year 2013 and future years, and the resources and efforts invested by those served by this program.  Unless stated otherwise the source of these GPRA data are grantee annual and final performance reports.

Postsecondary Prevention: Grants for Coalitions to Prevent and Reduce Alcohol Abuse at Institutions of Higher Education

The Department last funded Grants for Coalitions to Prevent and Reduce Alcohol Abuse at Institutions of Higher Education in 2010.

Goal:  To prevent and reduce the rate of under-age alcohol consumption, including binge drinking, among students. 

Objective:  Support statewide coalitions that implement underage drinking prevention programs at institutions of higher education and in surrounding communities 

The Department will have baseline data in 2012 on the following performance measures for the fiscal year 2009 cohort of Grants for Coalitions to Prevent and Reduce Alcohol Abuse at IHEs:  (1) the percentage of grantees that demonstrate a reduction in 30-day alcohol use among under-age students at participating IHEs; and (2) the percentage of grantees that demonstrate a reduction in 30-day binge drinking among under-age students at participating IHEs.


 
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Last Modified: 02/29/2012