In 2019, SAMHSA awarded the Phoenix Center funding for the Partnership for Success (PFS) Greenville County. The project intends a multi-layered approach for data-driven decision-making toward reducing community substance abuse problems. PFS Greenville County will address two priorities; namely, levels of underage alcohol and tobacco/nicotine consumption among persons aged 9 to 20. Key to the proposed plan is the Greenville County Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) Coalition, an over two decades-long, established collaboration between the key stakeholder organizations and individuals in Greenville County, South Carolina. PIRE was the named subcontractor on the award to assist with project coordination and provide process and outcome evaluation for the project.