This 15-minute video module explores the power of partnerships for improving equity. It introduces the Eight Steps to Coalition Building, which can be used to develop a successful collaborative health equity effort.
This webpage briefly describes all six steps in SPRC’s Strategic Planning Approach and links to each of them. The steps are 1) describing the problem and its context, 2) choosing long-term goals, 3) identifying risk and protective factors, 4) selecting or developing interventions, 5) planning the evaluation, and 6) implementing, evaluating, and improving the plan.
This section of the Community Tool Box covers the following topics: Developing vision and mission statements, creating objectives, developing successful strategies, developing an action plan, obtaining feedback from constituents on what changes are important and feasible, and identifying action steps in bringing about community and system change.
This resource from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) presents a select group of strategies based on the best available evidence to help communities and states focus on prevention activities with the greatest potential to prevent suicide. These strategies focus on preventing the risk of suicide as well as lessening the immediate and long-term harms of suicidal behavior for individuals, families, communities, and society.
This webpage defines “suicide centered lived experience” and describes the importance of involving people with lived experience in suicide prevention efforts. It also lists key considerations for engaging people with lived experience in prevention efforts.
This guide provides guidelines and worksheets to help agencies and organizations plan how to continue suicide prevention efforts for the long term, especially following grant funding. The guide helps users develop action steps for each of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center’s five sustainability recommendations.