About the Coalition

About the Coalition

Our Committees

For more information about the coalition, please contact FOPC Coordinator BJ Northington Winston at betty.winston@rbha.orgcreate new email

FOPC Strategies

Capacity Building

Providing assistance to build capacity in the community and among service providers supports in developing and implementing a comprehensive community plan.Capacity building aids the community on all levels to be that catalyst of change.

Round Table Discussion

Round table discussion is an excellent strategy for public engagement. It brings together voices from every stratum of concerned citizenry. To that end, the FOPC will serve, as a conduit between organizations, other local entities and citizens. FOPC will convene round table discussions as requested.

Sponsoring Youth/Young Adult Socials

and other engagement activities to increase awareness of tobacco, underage drinking, drug use, and suicide, as well as to promote overall wellness

Development of the Quarterly “Prevention Corner”

​This will be a quarterly informational section in the various city publications, i.e. Free Press, Richmond Times Dispatch, Style, etc., that focuses on prevention efforts in alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD), etc.

Coordination of Quarterly Town Hall Meetings

Enhance and Promote Awareness

(To inform, not offend)

Development of Public Service Announcements

with various media outlets

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