Portable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc. (PPEP) is applying on behalf of the Community Prevention Coalition to SAMHSA for the Community Based Coalition Enhancement Grants to Address Local Drug Crises in order to fund the CPC Opioid Prevention Enhancement Project (COPEP) which aims to reduce and prevent Opioid misuse and abuse among youth ages 12-17 in Pima County, AZ. The CPC will use the capacity and expertise developed over the past 10 years since its formation in 2007, to enhance its current efforts to address the Opioid epidemic in Pima County. The CPC is a community-based and community-driven coalition, using data and evidenced based practices to create community level change through the implementation of multiple strategies delivered across multiple sectors. Following the CPC mission statement of "Working Together to Create an Effective and Supportive Prevention Culture in Pima County to Prevent Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Use" the COPEP project of the CPC will collaborate with many of its existing partners across Pima County including Pima County Health Department, Dispose-a-Med and BeMedSmart Coalitions; the University of Arizona, College of Rural Health, College of Pharmacy and Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center; Pima County Juvenile Court Center, Juvenile Probation; Tucson Police Department, Counter Narcotics Alliance; South Tucson Police Department and many others including several substance abuse prevention coalitions in the area. The COPEP project will seek to educate and inform the community of the harms and consequences of Opioid misuse and abuse through community outreach efforts and multiple media projects including the creation of radio PSA created by the CPC BeFreePima Youth. Parents will receive information on how to talk with their children through the delivery of the Rx 360 program, offered free of charge to parents of youth ages 12-17. Additionally, CPC will increase the number of Opioid prescribers trained in the Best Practice Opioid Prescribing Guidelines and registering on the Prescription Monitoring Tool to better control the flow of Opioids. The CPC will also promote the "RX for a Safe Home: Safe, Smart and Secure" campaign, providing Locking Caps and Rx Safes for secure storage of medications and provide information on safe disposal of expired or unused medications. Through the many strong partnerships and collaborations that make up the CPC and this enhancement project, it is expected that over 100,000 residents in Pima County will be directly or indirectly served by the CPC Opioid Prevention Enhancement Project.