Be Part of USAPA

Alliance Membership

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Membership in the U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance (USAPA/the alliance) is open to non-governmental organizations (NGO’s), alliances and coalitions that engage in local and/or state-level alcohol policy efforts, support the alliance’s mission, vision, and guiding principles and are free of commercial interests. 


The membership process includes the following steps:

  1. Interested and qualified organizations complete and submit the Local and State Organization Membership Questionnaire and any supplemental information,

  2. Representatives of the USAPA Board of Directors and/or Advisory Board review the submitted materials and make a recommendation to the board of directors,

  3. The USAPA Board of Directors considers the recommendation and votes to accept the membership of the presenting organization,

  4. The applicant organization is notified of the board’s decision and requested to complete the Memorandum of Understanding, Conflict of Interest Statement, Affidavit of Financial and Resource Disclosure and to submit its annual dues. The membership process is complete once the final documents and dues are received. Organizational membership dues are based on the annual budget of the member organization, are due no later than January 15 of each calendar year and are prorated only for organizations joining in the last quarter of the year. 


One individual from each member organization shall be identified by the member organization as the primary liaison to the alliance. Organizational members may be listed publicly and are actively involved in the work of USAPA. Member organizations and their representatives must fully and wholly support the Mission, Vision and Guiding Principles of USAPA.

Benefits of Organizational Membership

As part of membership in the U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance, certain benefits will be available to member organizations as resources allow. 


Membership Benefits:

  • Discounted Tickets: Receive a discount to our Alcohol Policy conference.

  • First Access: Be the first to know and register for Interactive Dialogues, the Advocate Institute, and more USAPA events.

  • Advocacy leadership: Deliver critically-needed leadership in order to successfully promote and support evidence-based alcohol policy in the United States.

  • Technical assistance: Provide access to technical assistance on matters of alcohol policy research, science-based interventions and implementation through community-level strategies required to translate evidence into action. 

  • Access to experts: Offer opportunities to connect and access expert alcohol policy researchers and advisors. 
    National and global connections: Serve as linkage to national and global partners through USAPA’s membership in the Global Alcohol Policy Alliance and its strong partnerships with state and national organizations as well as federal agencies. 

  • Communication and updates: Present information and updates on related alcohol policy issues through the alliance’s email updates, social media, website (alcoholpolicy.org), and meetings.

Alliance Partnership

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If you are interested in supporting USAPA but are not eligible to be a partner, please consider becoming a partner. 

 

Partners can be individuals or organizations, with different levels of contribution as described below.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefits of Partnership

As part of membership in the U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance, certain benefits will be available to member organizations as resources allow. 


Partnership Benefits:

  • Discounted Tickets: Receive a discount to our Alcohol Policy conference.

  • First Access: Be the first to know and register for Interactive Dialogues, the Advocate Institute, and more USAPA events.

ABOUT US >

The U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance (USAPA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization translating alcohol policy research into public health practice. The Alliance is committed to ensuring that local and statewide organizations engaging in alcohol policy initiatives have access to the science, resources and technical assistance, including support for organizing efforts, required to engage in informed decisions and actions in translating alcohol policy research into public health practice.

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