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1 NHQ DDR Team 1Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

2 2 DDR Vision: "To be a leading force in Americas drug demand reduction strategy through the education and development of tomorrows leaders in voluntary community service for a drug-free world." DDR Mission: "The Civil Air Patrol Drug Demand Reduction Program assists squadrons, groups, wings, and regions to instill an aggressive, positive, drug-free attitude in CAP members, AF families, DoD civilians, and school-age children through a comprehensive program that: Promotes CAP as a positive community service lifestyle; encourages youth to remain in school; focuses on drug abuse education, prevention, and awareness; and provides positive activities as an alternative to drugs and gang violence."

3 The object of the Community Outreach element is to place local CAP units in the forefront of their community to communicate a drug-free message to youngsters. Cadets and unit members partner with base and local community coalitions to support anti-drug activities. Together, they provide essential and supplemental assistance to community outreach activities. Check within your local community at law enforcement agencies, schools, etc. for ways in which you can assist with, not only formal drug-free campaigns, but other community events as well. The following is a very incomplete list of different events and outlets in which you can work within your community: Rev 02 Updated 28 October 20123

4 Promotional Items Educational Purpose o Promotional items are defined as: According to the OMB Circulars and Guidance 2 CFR 230, Cost Principles for Nonprofit Organizations, Appendix B, Paragraph 1.f.(3) Unallowable advertising and public relations costs include the following: Costs of promotional items and memorabilia, including models, gifts, and souvenirs. o This means that anything for Drug Demand Reduction that is not of an educational value is not an allowable expense. Anything that is questionable in regards to this regulation will be disapproved. Rev 02 Updated 28 October 20124

5 Plan your Activity To ensure your order will be processed smoothly, NHQ requires 60 DAYS to fully process your request prior to activity start date. REMEMBER YOUR 5 Ps Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance 5Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

6 What form do I use? Drug Demand Request Form o /drug_demand_reduction/budget/ /drug_demand_reduction/budget/ How to complete the form? o Requestors are no longer responsible for paying for the shipping costs o The total cost of approved materials and shipping is paid for using DDR funds or funds from the additional sources. Per the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, PL ff. o These additional funding sources make DDR resources available to units that are not located near Air Force installations and do not qualify for AF/SG funds. Rev 02 Updated 28 October 20126

7 Request Form Sample Complete Top Portion o MUST check box if event is located within 30 miles of AF installation. **Required for NHQ/Air Force budgetary purposes** Rev 02 Updated 28 October 20127

8 Sample Request Form Complete Middle Portion o Item Name/Number from Vendor website (PrinTex or PSA) o Qty Requested o Cost from website (PSA will be $0, Printex ????) o Complete Shipping details Rev 02 Updated 28 October 20128

9 Sample Request Form Certifications Rev 02 Updated 28 October o Electronic Signatures are accepted o DDRO sign o Unit Commander Approval o DDRA Approval o Wing Commander (if required) o DDRC Approval o Upon NHQ Approval o Assigns activity number, notifies DDRC, DDRA, DDRO and places request order.

10 PrinTex View the DDR Catalog o This does update, view online for most current items!! Complete Drug Demand Request Form Submit for Approval o NOTE: You can combine multiple activity orders on one request. You will receive one Activity Number to complete the After Activity Report 15 days after EACH event. 10Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

11 PSA Worldwide Contact your DDRA if material is a Wing asset prior to ordering. o Website may update, use online catalog for item name/number. psa-worldwide/ psa-worldwide/ Complete Drug Demand Request Form Submit for Approval o NOTE: You can combine multiple activity orders on one request. You will receive one Activity Number to complete the After Activity Report 15 days after EACH event. Rev 02 Updated 28 October

12 Reasons for disapprovals….. o By the Unit Commander o By the DDRA Must be a Physical Address Incorrect Items being ordered Is the requestor/or requesting unit have a DDRO? Why not? o By the DDRC Reviews for accuracy or questions to DDRA. o By the Wing Commander For Wing Events Only o By NHQ DDR Program Goals do not support DDR connection(see Program Goals for reference) Within 60 day prior to activity start date. Items requested NOT for educational purposes 12Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

13 DDR Program Goals Goal 1: Establish and maintain an active and productive DDR Program o Establish and maintain a working relationship with local substance abuse prevention agencies/coalitions. o Establish and maintain a working relationship with 90% of the Air Force Active Duty drug demand reduction coordinators. o Establish and maintain a working relationship with 90% of the Air Force Reserve drug demand reduction personnel. o Establish and maintain a working relationship with 90% of the National Guard State DDR Administrators. o Establish a working relationship with the State Governors Drug Policy Coordinator. o Establish one working relationship with other Service (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard) DDR Programs in each wing. Goal 2: Establish and maintain DDR personnel throughout CAP o Maintain 90% of Drug Demand Reduction Coordinators in the regions. o Maintain 90% of Drug Demand Reduction Administrators in the wings. o Establish a cadet assistant DDRA in 90% of the wings. o Establish a DDR Officer in 80% of all groups and squadrons. o Establish a cadet DDRO in 80% of all participating squadrons. 13Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

14 DDR Program Goals Goal 3: Increase awareness of substance abuse issues and its impact on the individual, community and the mission o Encourage 100% of all wings and 90% of all squadrons to participate in the annual Red Ribbon Campaign. o Each DDR active wing will participate in at least one base-wide/community coalition building effort that includes youth activities, chapel sponsored events, and school presentations on substance abuse programs and topics. Encourage and assist the development of community coalitions and programs in preventing drug abuse and underage alcohol and tobacco use. o Conduct annual DDR briefings at 100% of encampments, and at 80% of appropriate cadet activities such as national/region special activities, wing conferences, leadership schools demand reduction days, etc. o Educate parents or other caregivers, teachers, coaches, clergy, health professionals and business and community leaders to help youth reject illegal drugs and underage alcohol and tobacco use. o Pursue a vigorous advertising and public communications program dealing with the dangers of illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco by youth, using: CAP DDR public service announcements; DDR videos, posters, and brochures; and DDR static displays. o Promote zero tolerance policies for youth regarding the use of illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco within the family, school, workplace, and community. o Provide literature/information to 100% of squadrons on an annual basis and/or as needed. Update region/wing DDR libraries as necessary. 14Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

15 DDR Program Goals Goal 4: Develop a financial plan consistent with the DDR vision and mission o 100% of units develop budget requests and submit to wing, per established timeline. o 100% of the requests for reimbursement submitted via CAPF 108 per established timeline. o Squadron/wing/region must match requested DDR funds at 20%. (80% from National DDR and 20% from the requestor.) Goal 5: Measure program effectiveness o Each wing or region develops a strategic plan. o Number of cadets and senior members who participated in DDR activities reported via eServices for each event. o In your opinion, how many adults are needed to successfully conduct CAP DDR activities in wing? o Statistically validate program success with retention, time invested, etc. o Promote national adaptation of drug-free workplace programs that emphasize a comprehensive program that includes: education, prevention, and intervention. 15Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

16 Its Activity Day!!! You have received your ordered items. Taught a great lesson to the community/or squadron You now have 15 days AFTER the activity to complete your AAR (After Activity Report) via eServices. o See AAR Online Instructions for further guide. 16Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

17 Want to do more DDR? These are activities available from National Headquarters. o Books can be viewed and printed online, or ordered in printed format. o Please send an to your Group DDRO / DDRA Requesting DDRO Unit Name/Unit Include Activity Book requested Number of books requested Shipping address o Group DDRO/ DDRA will then forward upon approval to DDRA o DDRA will forward to NHQ for processing/shipping 17Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

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19 Lets Go Flying The LETS GO FLYING book prepares the younger aviation enthusiast, who had a fascination for flight, for the reality of what it takes to become an aviation professional. The LETS GO FLYING book stresses six major issues: The aerospace industry has a zero tolerance for drug and alcohol abuse. Pilots, flight crews and support personnel who are impaired by drugs or alcohol endanger the safety of everyone on the ground or in the air The pilots certificate is directly linked to the medical certificate. Starting from the day a young adult gets a drivers license, a record of any alcohol or drug-related conviction can be used against a potential professional flight crew member by the Federal Aviation Administration. A pilot is expected to be in excellent physical condition when flying and when undergoing regular medical examinations. Flying is one of the most remarkable achievements of mankind. It is a privilege to fly. 19Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

20 Fit For Flying FIT FOR FLYING has been written as a cooperative effort between the Civil Air Patrol Drug Demand Reduction Program, a component of Cadet Programs, and the Aerospace Education and Missions Divisions. This book provides young people, as well as entry-level and experienced pilots, with information concerning the primary importance of FAA medical certification to be fit for flying. This entire publication details how to maintain all airworthiness skills with good health and a dedication to a clean, drug-free lifestyle. The aerospace industry has a zero tolerance for drug and alcohol abuse. The privilege of flying an airplane is directly linked to the FAAs medical certificate. Pilots, flight crews, and support personnel who are impaired by drugs and alcohol endanger the safety of everyone in the air or on the ground. A pilot, when operating an aircraft, is expected to be in excellent physical condition. The operation of an aircraft in a three-dimensional, high altitude environment requires an ongoing program of study, recurrent training, and physical conditioning. To achieve this level of performance requires a commitment to a lifestyle of physical and mental conditioning which enables a pilot to be airworthy or Fit for Flying. 20Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

21 National Character Day Youve heard of wings hosting aerospace days and leadership academies. Why not a similar endeavor showcasing the character development aspect of cadet life? National Character Day is a new wing-level activity that serves two purposes: (1) Motivate cadets to take seriously issues of character and honor, while recommitting themselves to the drug-free ethic; (2) Further integrate the DDR program into CAPs overall Cadet Program. ACTIVITY FORMAT. Cadets come together at the wing level to hear a character-affirming message from a distinguished guest speaker, and to engage in an exciting, hands-on Character Challenge that requires a degree of sobriety, trust, and courage (e.g., climbing wall, indoor skydiving, tethered ballooning, etc.). OPERATIONAL CONTEXT. Wings are encouraged to host National Character Day activities during the month of September, although the event can be held at any time during the year. FUNDING. NHQ will provide DDR funds as available, via reimbursement, for the cost of the Character Challenge. PROGRAM GUIDANCE. The Curriculum Guide (see link at top right of page) offers recipe-like guidance on how wings can develop a National Character Day program. REQUESTING MATERIALS. Wings can request a National Character Day materials kit. If you have trouble with the form, please print out and fax it to or the requested information to Margaret Probst.request a National Character Day materials kitMargaret Probst 21Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012

22 Red Ribbon Leadership Academy The Red Ribbon Leadership Academy places high school aged cadet NCOs and officers in front of middle school students (non- cadets) to serve as role models and leadership educators during a 3-hour workshop. The "red ribbon" symbolizes the Academy's role in promoting the drug-free ethic. Program Goals To equip middle school student leaders with a basic understanding of the art and science of leadership. To promote the drug-free ethic among middle school student leaders by using CAP cadets as role models. To provide a venue for cadet officers and NCOs to apply their leadership skills. To increase the Cadet Program's visibility in the community and boost cadet recruiting. 22Rev 02 Updated 28 October 2012


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