Seven Strategies for Community Change

Seven Strategies for Community Change

 

Overview

Coalitions achieve significant impacts on their communities’ health and wellness when they start with a comprehensive, synergistic prevention plan. Using local data to select multiple programs, practices, and policies that address root problems from different angles can significantly reduce substance-related outcomes. Applying the “Seven Strategies for Community Change” within the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) is a helpful way to consider a mix of complementary approaches for your community. 

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
•    Name each of the Seven Strategies for Community Change
•    Share examples of each strategy
•    Describe how using the Seven Strategies works within the context of the SPF
 

Audience

Prevention practitioners from across Arizona.  

 

Date and Time

August 10, 2021, 9:00 am – 10:30 am Pacific 

 

Registration

Register for the Presentation: Seven Strategies for Community Change

*Please note that attendance data (names and contact information) will be shared with the Substance Abuse Coalition Leaders of Arizona (SACLAZ). 

 

Questions

 Please contact Karen Totten ([email protected]) for any questions related to registration. For any other questions, please contact Alyssa O'Hair ([email protected]).

 

Certificates of Attendance

Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance from the Pacific Southwest PTTC for 1.0 hour for participating in the live event.

 

Presenter

Alyssa O'Hair, PictureAlyssa O’Hair, MPH, MA, CPS.

Alyssa O’Hair is a Senior Manager, Workforce Development at the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT) at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). With over 12 years of experience providing training and technical assistance, she currently serves as the Principal Investigator and Project Director for the Pacific Southwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center, which aims to build the skills of the substance abuse prevention workforce in HHS Region 9. Alyssa brings subject matter knowledge in training and technical assistance provision; CSAP’s Strategic Prevention Framework; public health approach for comprehensive prevention; community needs assessments; data-driven decision-making; and evaluation design and methodology. Prior to joining CASAT, she worked at UNR’s Center for Program Evaluation for almost 10 years, conducting evaluations for school districts, non-profit organizations, community coalitions, statewide initiatives, and regional education, prevention, and health promotion initiatives. Alyssa has a Master of Arts degree in social psychology and a Master of Public Health degree in epidemiology from UNR. She received her B.A. in psychology from Nebraska Wesleyan University and is a Certified Prevention Specialist. 

 

 

Starts: Aug. 10, 2021 9:00 am
Ends: Aug. 10, 2021 10:30 am
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Registration Deadline
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