Partners & Sponsors

National Partners and Sponsors

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of American (CADCA)

CADCA’s mission is to build and strengthen the capacity of community coalitions to create safe, healthy, and drug-free communities. The organization supports its members with technical assistance and training, public policy, media strategies, and marketing programs, conferences, and special events. The Alliance for Wisconsin Youth is a state-level sustaining member of CADCA. As a benefit of Alliance for Wisconsin Youth membership, CADCA provides the following information to local Alliance for Wisconsin Youth members (if email addresses are current):

  • Legislative action alerts and updates to keep coalitions involved in time-sensitive legislative issues and informed of congressional action and results of national public policy efforts.
  • An e-newsletter providing the latest news, trends, and tips to develop and maintain successful local anti-drug coalitions as well as information on funding opportunities, conferences, other alcohol, tobacco and other drugs of abuse prevention related activities and publications.

Local Alliance for Wisconsin Youth member coalitions must join CADCA directly to be considered a CADCA member. 

State and Regional Partners and Sponsors

FACT Movement

The FACT Movement is an organization that exposes the deceptive marketing practices used by the tobacco industry; empowers young people to stand up against the industry and make a change; and helps people understand how the tobacco industry manipulates us into smoking and getting hooked. FACT is not against smokers.

UW-Madison – Division of Extension 

The UW–Madison Division of Extension embodies the Wisconsin Idea to extend university knowledge to every corner of the state. That mission started in 1912 with the first agent making farm visits and continues today along with community and business development, youth engagement, and well-being programming. 

Wisconsin Department of Health Services – Division of Public Health

The Division of Public Health (DPH) works with local and tribal public health partners and community groups statewide on a wide variety of programs and services that protect the health of Wisconsin residents. A few of these programs are: communicable and chronic diseases; health promotion; environmental health, occupational health, family and community health; emergency medical services; and injury prevention.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services – Wisconsin Wins

Wisconsin Wins (WI Wins) is a science-based, state-level initiative designed to decrease youth access to tobacco products. The WI Wins campaign was launched in the spring of 2002 to assure compliance with the federal SYNAR regulation that requires states to maintain a youth access rate of less than 20%. It is part of a comprehensive state approach to preventing youth retail access to tobacco.

Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center

The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center provides technical assistance to and encourages collaborative partnerships with schools, state agencies, and community-based organizations. They focus on the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use by youth, and related youth risk behaviors, school safety, and violence prevention.