The legislature recognizes that statewide efforts aimed at reducing the incidence
of substance abuse, including alcohol, tobacco, or other drug abuse, or violence must
be increased. The legislature further recognizes that the most effective strategy for reducing
the impact of alcohol, tobacco, other drug abuse, and violence is through the collaborative
efforts of educators, law enforcement, local government officials, local treatment
providers, and concerned community and citizens' groups.
The legislature intends to support the development and activities of community mobilization
strategies against alcohol, tobacco, or other drug abuse, and violence, through the
(1) Providing funding support for prevention, treatment, and enforcement activities
identified by communities that have brought together education, treatment, local government,
law enforcement, and other key elements of the community;
(2) Providing technical assistance and support to help communities develop and carry
out effective activities; and
(3) Providing communities with opportunities to share suggestions for state program
operations and budget priorities.
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