Becoming a member of CPA
When you become a Commonwealth Prevention Alliance member, you’re joining more than an association. You’re joining a statewide collaborative whose purpose is to support prevention professionals. CPA provides leadership, professional development, advocacy and collaboration with others who are in the field of drug and alcohol and risk related behavior prevention. The organization is dedicated to improving the effectiveness, stability and image of prevention.
As a Commonwealth Prevention Alliance member, you will receive access to regional workshops, advocacy alerts, prevention updates, and discounts on CPA’s annual conference.
Memberships are available to organizations with as few as one member to those with 16 or more members.
|Type of Membership||Cost||Number of Sub-members Included|
|Individual or 1 Member Organization*||$50||1|
|2 Member Organization||$95||2|
|3 to 5 Member Organization||$150||3 to 5|
|6 to 10 Member Organization||$300||6 to 10|
|11 to 15 Member Organization||$425||11 to 15|
|16 or more Member Organization||$650||16 or more|
*One member organizations will need to provide an organization name on the registration form even if you are not representing an organization. You may want to use your initials or something other than your name so you can differentiate between your organization account and your individual account.
Our New Registration System
CPA has just moved their Membership and Conference Registration to the NeonCRM data management system. For this reason there are some differences from previous years in how membership will be completed. Please read the following sections so you understand this new process.
The person who will manage this membership should be the one to complete this membership process. They will be the “primary contact” for the organization account. This can be either an administrative person who does not need the member benefits or a supervisor or staff person who wishes to receive benefits such as discounted conference registration rates. The primary contact will manage the organization account by receiving renewal notices, making payments and adding and removing sub-members if necessary. Sub-members are those individuals associated with the membership who are to receive member benefits. Sub-members will have an individual account. If the primary contact also wants to receive the benefits of membership, they should also register themselves as a sub-member.
For New Memberships
Any organization that has not had an active membership within the past year should click the “Join” link on this page. If a popup appears prompting you to login to your account, you may close out of that as you will have an opportunity to form your user name and password during the registration process. This will be for your organization login, so avoid using personal user names and passwords.
For Renewing Memberships
If you had an active membership with CPA last year, then you and your organization already have accounts set up in our Neon database. Please click the “2018 Memberships and Primary Contacts” link below to see who your primary contact is in our system. If this is the correct person, continue with the instructions. If you need to change the primary contact, please contact us to make that change. After the change is completed, you may return to this page and complete your membership.
Once you have determined you are the primary contact, click the “Renew” link. A popup will occur asking you for your login information. Enter your email address where prompted at the bottom of the popup to recover your organization account. You will be sent an email with a link to reset your password/recover your account. If you don’t get an email, check your spam folder. When you click the link in the email, your account(s) will show. You will probably have two accounts. There will be an “Individual Constituent” account if you are also listed as a sub-member or have attended any past conference. Choose the account that says “Organization Constituent User.” Create a generic login and password because these will need to be passed on to anyone else who may manage the account in the future. For this reason, avoid using any personal login name and password for the organization account.
When you have completed the login process, you will be able to renew your membership and choose the sub-members you want to have access to member benefits. If you have difficulty, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Want to View the 2018 Membership List?
To check to see if your organization had an active membership in the past year, click the “2018 Memberships and Primary Contacts” link below. Primary contacts from last year are noted and they are linked to your organization account. If you wish to change your primary contact, please contact us so we can make that change prior to renewing your membership. Those listed as Primary Only are administrative and are not sub-members. Other individuals listed with your organization were the sub-members included in last year’s membership. If you need to add or remove a sub-member, please contact us.
Please Note: The 2018 memberships expired on 12/31/2018 and are due for renewal. If you are not on the 2019 list in the paragraph below, your membership is expired.
2018 Memberships and Primary Contacts, Click HERE.
Want to know if your membership is current for 2019?
To view the current list for 2019, click the link below. In order to easily locate your name or company name, click on the heading title to sort the list alphabetically. To show more than 20 entries at a time, manually enter a higher number. This listing will show the organization membership and all the sub-members attached to it. The person listed with the organization account is the primary contact.
2019 Current Memberships, Click HERE
For more information about CPA and the benefits of membership, Click Here to download the CPA Membership Brochure