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Local Coordinating Councils

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Coalition Information

Each county has a Local Coordinating Council (LCC), which is the planning and coordinating body for addressing alcohol and other drug problems. Members include volunteers from a variety of organizations including education, treatment, social services, and local police. LCCs are required to submit a Comprehensive Community Plan, which consists of an assessment of the local alcohol and other drug abuse problems in the county, including problem identification and supportive data; a listing of proposed objectives to help alleviate the stated problems; and an evaluation component designed to measure the success of the plan's strategies.

Comprehensive Community Plan

The Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP) is a systematic and community-driven gathering, analysis, and reporting of community-level indicators for the purpose of identifying and addressing local substance use problems through SMART goals. Each year, the LCC will update the SMART goals based on emerging and newly-identified problems. Ultimately, the CCP enables an LCC to maximize its efforts, understand existing resources and implement practices and policies to meet its goals of reducing substance use within the community.

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