Our Partners

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The Community Action Network follows an evidence-based methodology known as the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) to identify root causes for substance abuse at the community level.

The Community Action Network has evolved since it was established in 2006 under a former SAMHSA SPF-State Incentive Grant. Currently, CAN is organized as a super-regional substance abuse prevention coalition represented by five strategy workgroups and 11 county coalitions in Northeast Oklahoma.

In 2015, CAN received funding through the SAMHSA SPF-Partnerships for Success grant and continues to receive training and technical assistance from Certified Prevention Specialists representing Cherokee Nation. In 2016, CAN received funding through the new SAMHSA and CSAP SPF-Rx grant which enhances the strategies these coalitions are currently implementing under SPF-PFS grant. CAN uses these grants to help shape the public health landscape of Northeast Oklahoma.

  • Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

    Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

    The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is the Single State Agency responsible for providing services to Oklahomans who are affected by mental illness and substance abuse.

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    Take as Prescribed

    Takeasprscribed.org is a part of the State of Oklahoma’s government agency funded media campaign providing Oklahoma Residents with resources and information about safer opioid use, safe storage and disposal, accessing treatment and resources for providers.

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  • OK in the Know

    OK in the Know

    OK In the Know is a meeting ground for Oklahomans to learn, collaborate, innovate and inspire their communities toward health and wellness. At okintheknow.org, coalition members, community leaders, volunteers and members of the public can find information, tools and techniques to help make Oklahoma a healthier place to live. Additional members-only resources are designed specifically for key staff of organizations that receive grant funding from the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET), Oklahoma State Department of Health, Center for the Advancement of Wellness and the Oklahoma State Department of Health Office of Partner Engagement and Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Prevention Services (ODMHSAS).

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    Southern Plains Tribal Health Board

    The Southern Plains Tribal Health Board – Oklahoma Area Tribal Epidemiology Center’s goals for the SPF-Rx project include

    1. Reducing Native American youth and young adult prescription drug disparities
    2. Increasing Native American youth and young adult’s perception of the risk and harm from prescription drug misuse and sharing of medications
    3. Obtaining and utilizing Oklahoma PMP data for planning and evaluation
    4. Funding sub-award opportunities for tribes and non-profit tribal organizations to implement prevention programs within the community
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    Southwest Center for Application of Prevention Technology

    CAPT promotes the application of prevention science to advance state, tribal, jurisdictional, and community efforts to address substance use and misuse. CAPT provides training and technical assistance services for SAMHSA substance misuse prevention grantees and resources for prevention professionals. Learn about CAPT services and who to contact for more information on our website.

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    Oklahoma Prevention Policy Alliance

    Oklahoma Prevention Policy Alliance is comprised of organizations and individuals dedicated to policy and environmental change to facilitate the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug misuse and abuse among Oklahomans. Contact us to Learn More about joining the Alliance and download an application.

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    RX Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit

    The Rx Summit is largest national collaboration of professionals from local, state, and federal agencies, business, academia, treatment providers, and allied communities impacted by prescription drug abuse and heroin use. It is the event for professionals working to address this public health emergency.

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Special Thanks

CAN would like to extend a special thanks to following for their support and help with the launch of ThinkSMART Oklahoma:

  • Mark Bighorse, CNEMS
  • Chris Miller, NSU Drama Foundation
  • Juan Rosas, J and R Automotive Tahlequah
  • Dr. Errol Allison, DDS of Tahlequah
  • Port City Body Shop of Tahlequah
  • Locke Supply
  • Muskogee Neighbors Building Neighborhoods