OAH Teen Pregnancy Prevention Grantees Training Materials & Resources
We’re pleased to make available an array of original materials developed for Office of Adolescent Health Teen Pregnancy Prevention grantees through June 30, 2017. Scroll down to find training PowerPoints and handouts, Q&As, blog posts, podcasts and videos, many of them applicable to any nonprofit working with young people.
MESSAGES THAT MATTER NATIONAL TRAINING
The materials below were presented at Messages that Matter: Storytelling and Communicating for Impact, a training conducted March 29-30, 2017 for Office of Adolescent Health TPP grantees. Feel free to download! Scroll down to see the three prep webinars leading up to the training.
Getting Everyone on the Bus: Building Support for TPP in Your Community
When We are Back Home: Strategies for Educating Local and Rural Decision-makers to Support TPP
(Re)frame the Narrative
Managing Controversy: Tough Questions, Ready Answers
What’s Your Story? Storytelling, Messaging, and Communicating for Maximum Impact
Working Your Message Workshop
Keynote Address: Andy Goodman
The Activated Brain: Communicating Well During Stressful Times
Communicating with Decision-makers: Lessons from the Trenches
When It’s Not All Good: Communicating Through Crisis
ADDITIONAL ORIGINAL MATERIALS
- Packaging and Disseminating New Models: Q & A with Julie Downs, PhD, developer of ‘Seventeen Days’
- Partnering with Youth to Get Prevention Messages Out: Q & A with Kenny Neal Shults, Connected Health Solutions
- Words that Can Help Your Program, Words that Definitely Won’t: Blog Post
- Storytelling Capture Tool for Youth-serving Programs
Youth Empowerment and Leadership, featuring young people from Quest for Change, NTARPT and the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County. With host Joshua Wolfsun.
Youth Philanthropy: Giving Young People a Chance — and a Budget — to Improve Their Community, featuring young people from Youth for Community Improvement in Worcester, MA. With host Melanie Wilson.
The videos below feature OAH Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program grantees talking about why their work is so critical to teenage health and later success in life.