Coalition Site Review Criteria and Template
Year End Annual Report / Evaluation Report Instructions
Action Oriented Coalitions Training Power Point Slide Presentation
Coalition Communications Plans and Creative Partnerships Training Power Point Slide Presentation
Assessing Community Readiness 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
Stages of Community Readiness Worksheet and Activity
Action Oriented Coalition Meetings Resource
The elements of successful recruitment aren’t complex, but they do take time and resilience. Engaging a potential partner requires careful research, relationship building, and a strategic pitch. But even with careful preparation, there will be times when your efforts don’t pan out—at least not initially. This tool presents some tried-and-true tips from seasoned prevention practitioners on “getting to yes” when recruiting potential prevention partners.
Use this chart to summarize your review of strategic planning processes. Key findings from this review, and from your review of prevention interventions (see Tool 2), will help you set sound sustainability goals for your community (see Tool 3).
Substance abuse prevention activities implemented at the organization level are intended to facilitate individual behavior change through communication and support aimed at influencing organizational systems and policies. Health care systems, employers or worksites, health care plans, local health departments, health clinics, and professional organizations represent potential sources of organizational messages and support.