Community Trials Intervention (CTI) is a project of Morris County Prevention is Key


CTI is a multi-component, community-based program being deployed in three Morris County communities, Pequannock, Randolph and Dover. The Program was developed to alter alcohol use patterns and related problems among people of all ages. CTI employs a set of environmental interventions implemented by local community coalitions to create policy and systems change which decreases high risk drinking patterns; including binge drinking, alcohol-related crashes and violent assaults.


The main objectives of the CTI program are:

  • Reduction of underage drinking by development of a community-based program

  • Creation of a community-led, data driven environmental change coalition

  • Establishment of local SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) chapters in each high school

  • Mobilization of the community, implementation of responsible beverage server training, limiting access to alcohol and increasing local enforcement of drinking and driving laws