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The C2000 grant focuses on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention throughout Service Area 21. It is a community-based prevention program that provides technical assistance and training to communities and coalitions in Service Area 21. The C2000 operates on a fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). C2000 works closely with each coalition in Service Area 21. C2000 staff regularly attends meetings and helps registered coalitions with funding through ACT Missouri. Each fiscal year a community readiness assessment is conducted with each coalition. Upon request, C2000 staff may present at your school, organization, and/or event. Please feel free to contact us, if you are wanting a presentation on alcohol, tobacco, and/or other drugs. The C2000 grant offers at least 3 trainings per fiscal year. In the past, some of these trainings have been mandated reporter, current drug trends, ethics, etc. The PRC typically offers these services for free.