The Arkansas Prevention Network is a statewide prevention association working to increase positive, healthy behaviors among Arkansans.
The Arkansas Prevention Network (APNet) is a statewide association that benefits all who are actively involved in prevention efforts in the state of Arkansas. APNet represents professionals and volunteers who are working toward developing public policy and seeking funding to promote prevention programs. APNet strives to be the voice of prevention in Arkansas by advocating for the science of prevention, providing new information and resources, and serving as a leader in the state regarding prevention issues.
- Any mail-out or email representing official APNet decisions and/or stands will need prior approval by the board.
- Only board members can make official statements on behalf of the APNet. According to by-laws, official statements require prior approval by a quorum of the board.
- All APNet written communications and official documents must include the APNet logo to identify source or owner of document. Below are the two board approved APNet Logos:
- Any document electronically transmitted to the membership (or public) should be sent in a protected format to protect the integrity of APNet (e.g. Adobe format).
- The Annual Meeting will be held in June during the week of MidSouth Summer School. During the Annual Meeting, all Committee Chairs will present an annual report of committee activities and Standing Committee Chairs will present a plan for the upcoming year.
- Even number year elections will include the Executive Officer Positions and one At-large position. The Executive Officer positions are President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The President will appoint the Chair for the Development Committee during this election cycle.
- Promote public recognition of prevention as a viable service and a distinct professional discipline;
- Advocate for prevention issues with policy and decision-makers; and
- Provide networking opportunities among preventionists.