Find or Become a Local Partner

Local grassroots efforts are vital to changing attitudes, educating families and effectively changing behavior around drug and alcohol use. Through our Communications Partner Program, organizations across the country can leverage our expert resources, public service ad campaigns and community presentations to amplify and strengthen local efforts.

Become a Communications Partner

Our Communications Partners (formerly Local Alliances) are comprised of state and local non-profit organizations, and government agencies with the common goals of addressing drug-related public health threats and connecting the public with needed resources to better serve families.

In addition to all of the benefits of being a Community Partner as listed above, Communications Partners receive localized versions of the Partnership’s award-winning public service announcements and tracking data that lets you know the frequency and value of the donated media in your community.

Curious whether your community could benefit from becoming a Communications Partner? Please contact Kristina Clark to discuss how we can work together.

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