Effective Alcohol Policy: Strategies for Creating Environmental Change
Free webinar, Friday, May 24, 2019
(12 p.m. ET, 10 a.m.MT, 9 a.m. PT)
Hosted by the Great Lakes PTTC
Environmental prevention strategies (EPS) are population-based interventions that change the context in which people make decisions.
“These strategies are important because they can alter the environment in ways that help large numbers of people make healthy decisions,” says presenter Chuck Klevgaard, Prevention Manager, Great Lakes PTTC.
“Environmental strategies can take more time to implement, but they help communities sustain positive change over time,” adds Klevgaard.
Klevgaard’s webinar, Effective Alcohol Policy: Strategies for Creating Environmental Change, will cover three types of environmental prevention strategies:
- Policy law and regulations
- Enforcing new laws and regulations
- Communication and social marketing
At the end of the webinar, you’ll take away information on how to:
- Fit environmental strategies into a comprehensive approach to prevention
- Assess your organization’s readiness and capacity to implement EPS
- Find the right partners to help you implement EPS
Please join us! Register
About the presenter:
Chuck Klevgaard delivers training and technical assistance to support substance misuse prevention throughout the Midwest. Klevgaard has supported communities and health agencies as they adopt evidence-based alcohol, opioid, and other substance misuse programs or policies. Klevgaard also serves as a prevention manager to the Great Lakes Prevention Technology Transfer Center. Klevgaard earned his BSW from Minnesota State University Moorhead. He is a Certified Senior Prevention Specialist through the Illinois Certification Board, Inc.