The Prevention Technology Transfer Center Network developed The Six Elements of Effective Coalitions Resource Toolkit (Resource Toolkit) as part of its overall mission to strengthen prevention practitioners’ capacities to organize, facilitate, and sustain effective prevention coalitions and collaborations that prevent substance misuse and its related consequences. This Resource Toolkit includes various resources related to six key elements, or coalition characteristics, shown through research to promote the adoption of science-based prevention practices that generate improved community conditions and behavioral health outcomes for youth. The Resource Toolkit is a companion piece to The Six Elements of Effective Coalitions Research Overview, which introduces and defines each of the Six Elements of Effective Coalitions downloadable PDF.
Coalition Communications Plans and Creative Partnerships Training Power Point Slide Presentation
Prevention Prepared Communities (PPC) 101 – Orientation Training Power Point Slide Presentation
Prevention Prepared Communities (PPC) 201 – Building & Sustaining an Effective Community Coalition Training Power Point Slide Presentation
The toolkit is designed as a guide to assist your coalition in securing the commitment of these important local partners.
This primer provides clear guidelines to help your coalition build the capacity needed to develop and carry out a comprehensive community plan to reduce substance abuse rates. It describes the components of a coherent plan related to your coalition’s strategies and priorities for capacity building.
SOPHE has developed an easy-to-use guide to assist communities and leaders through the process of building a coalition.