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CPA Collegiate Action for Professionals

Apply Now for CPA CAP Program – Bridging Resources for AOD Prevention

We are excited to announce that the application for the Commonwealth Prevention Alliance’s Collegiate Action for Professionals (CPA CAP) program is now open! If you are a Pennsylvania collegiate professional responsible for Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) prevention, or a community prevention coalition, this program provides a unique opportunity to bridge state and higher education resources and address excessive alcohol use in support of overall student success.

The CPA-CAP program aims to empower professionals and coalitions to effectively tackle substance related issues in collegiate settings. By joining this program, you will gain valuable insights, knowledge, connections, potential collaborations, and tools to make a positive impact on your campus and community.

To learn more about the program and the application process, we invite you to watch the kick-off call video. In this video, we introduce CPA-CAP, provide detailed information about the program, highlight the scheduled sessions, explain the $500 stipend available for participants, and outline the next steps for applying.

To access the kick-off call video, please click the button below. We recommend reviewing the video before submitting your application to gain a comprehensive understanding of the program and its requirements.

Apply now to secure your spot in this exciting opportunity to enhance AOD prevention efforts in Pennsylvania’s collegiate landscape. The application timeline is as follows:

  • Friday, June 16th — Application Closes
  • Friday, July 14th — Notification of Selection
  • Wednesday, August 23rd — First CPA-CAP Meeting

Don’t miss out on this chance to make a meaningful difference in student success and community well-being.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please reach out to

PA Higher Education Needs Assessment

In 2020, The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) provided funding to the Commonwealth Prevention Alliance (CPA) for a preliminary survey assessment of higher education institutions in Pennsylvania to begin to collect data about current alcohol-related issues on campus and efforts to mitigate the negative effects of student alcohol use.

The stated purpose of this initial study was to collaborate with Pennsylvania Colleges and Universities to open a discussion around college drinking on commonwealth campuses.

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