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The Governor's Commission has developed a network of local coalitions called Local Coordinating Councils (LCC's) in each of Indiana's 92 counties. 

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 Note that this process has kept Indiana in the forefront nationally of the community coalition initiatives. It is a process that works because of its dependence on local commitment and involvement, with the state acting as a helping partner. It is truly a grassroots effort.

Comprehensive Community Plan. Each LCC must establish its own agenda to best suit the needs of its county. One important role of the LCC is its involvement in comprehensive planning.

Comprehensive Community Plan 4 Elements

 

  1. An assessment of the local alcohol and other drug abuse problems in the county, including problem identification and supportive information

  2. A compilation of existing services and programs already in place in the county to address alcohol and drug problems.

  3. A listing of proposed action steps to help alleviate the stated problems

  4. An evaluation component designed to measure the success of the Plan's strategies. LCC's are encouraged to make this a community-wide process, including input from a broad spectrum of the population, including schools, churches, law enforcement, treatment providers and lay citizens through Community Committees.

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