The Drug-Free Communities Support Program provides grants to community coalitions involved in reducing youth substance abuse.
What does DFCS stand for?
DFCS stands for Drug-Free Communities Support
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of DFCS
We have 20 other meanings of DFCS in our Acronym Attic
- Damen Fussball Club Schwamendingen (Swiss Women Soccer Club)
- Defense Fire Control System
- Design for Complex Systems (Boston, MA)
- Digital Feedwater Control System
- Digital Flight Control System
- Distinguished Flying Cross Society
- Division of Families and Children's Services (Georgia)
- Division of Family and Child Services
- Division of Finance and Corporate Securities (Oregon, USA)
- Drone Formation Control System
- DSCS FDMA Control System
- Deployment Flow Component System 2
- Department for Children Schools and Families (UK)
- Darlington Football Club Supporters Group (est. 2015; UK)
- Drug Free Community Support Grant
- Distributed Fuzzy Constraint Satisfaction Problem (agent negotiation)
- Drug Free Communities Support Program (Office of National Drug Control Policy)
- Dundee Football Club Supporters' Society (UK)
- DF China Technology, Inc. (Hong Kong)
- Duct Finger Cutting Tool
Samples in periodicals archive:
The White House Office on National Drug Control and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are making $19 million available to fund Drug-Free Communities Support Programs.
Billions of Federal dollars have been invested in school and community-based drug education programs through grant programs such as Safe and Drug Free Schools (SDFSCA) and Drug-Free Communities Support Program (DFCSP).
Through the Drug-Free Communities Support Program, approximately 90 grants of up to $100,000 will be awarded through a competitive grant process.
Two federal grant programs--the Office of National Drug Control Policy's Drug-Free Communities Support program and the Department of Education's School-Based Student Drug Testing program--are designed to support state and local efforts to prevent substance abuse in general and may include anabolic steroid abuse among teenagers as part of the programs' substance abuse prevention efforts.