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The residents of Monroe County, Kentucky were initially reluctant to acknowledge the fact that in a statewide needs assessment their county was identified as an inhalant hotspot. Find out how the Monroe County Alliance used the SPF to transform their county from having the highest inhalant use rate in the state to one of the lowest.
Representative Richard Bennett, in collaboration with the Gulf Coast Substance Abuse Task Force, created and presented a bill on social hosting to the MS legislature in 2009. Although the bill died at committee level in 2009, it has been reintroduced yearly.
The Prevention Management Reporting and Training System (PMRTS) will shut down at 5pm (EST) on Friday, March 31, 2017, and the system will no longer be available to grantees or to Project Officers. This deadline is in place to ensure a smooth transition to SAMHSA’s Performance Accountability and Reporting System (SPARS). Grantees can revise/submit Quarterly Progress Reports (QPRS) and Project Officers can accept/send back QPRs up until 5pm on March 31st. Please note, grantees should hold their data for the April 30, 2017 submission until SPARS launches; it should not be entered into PMRTS. Information on the SPARS data submission will be forthcoming from your Project Officers.
(Previously Known as Prevention Pathways)
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