Price & Place Strategies: Approaches to Local Public Health Policy - Access to Substances



11am - 12pm



Primary Competency

Public Health Sciences Skills

This webinar will discuss meaningful ways to address access to substances through price and place local policy strategies. This includes but is not limited to marijuana, tobacco, and alcohol. The goal of this session is to support public health professionals working on public health, safety, substance misuse, youth development, and/or social justice issues in local communities.


Whether your community or coalition is currently discussing price and place strategies in your local policy work or if these conversations have not yet taken place locally, please join us to learn more so you can be informed and prepared to engage, as needed, in the future.


Individualized technical assistance and legal guidance is available through the Policy + System Change Network for Colorado COFP/CTC grantees to pursue these strategies.


Learning Objectives
  1. Explain how price and place impact availability and accessibility of substances for youth.
  2. Describe public health policy considerations to prevent youth access to substances.
  3. Describe resources and policy technical assistance for local communities now available through the Policy + System Change Network.
Length of Learning Opportunity
1 hour
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