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Prevention and Education

This category includes our Outcomes reports for Prevention and Education services.

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Abriendo Puertas Outcomes Report for FY 2015 H1

Abriendo Puertas (“Opening Doors”) is the nation’s first evidence-based parent leadership and advocacy training program. It was developed for low income families with children age 0-5 and was designed in partnership with parents. Abriendo Puertas is a ten-session program. Key outcomes of the program include increased knowledge in how parents can be more involved in their children’s academic life, increasing confidence and knowledge of positive parenting and importance of early literacy, as well as increasing knowledge and access to available resources.  

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Child Abuse Council Outcomes Report for FY 2015 Q2

The Incredible Years parent training intervention is a series of programs focused on strengthening parenting competencies (monitoring, positive discipline, confidence) and fostering parents' involvement in children's school experiences in order to promote children's academic, social and emotional competencies and reduce conduct problems. The Parent programs are grouped according to age: Toddler Basic (0-3 years), Preschool Basic (3-6 years), School Age Basic (6-12 years) and Advanced (4-12 years).

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Life Skills Parenting Outcomes - July 2013

The award-winning Botvin LifeSkills Training Parent Program is designed to help parents strengthen communication with their children and prevent them from using drugs. This powerful prevention tool is ideal for parenting workshops or individual use at home. The comprehensive guide and DVD included in this program contain materials and exercises that help parents teach their children the skills that help them resist the threats of tobacco, drugs, and violence. These tools help parents prepare their children for a successful transition from adolescence to early adulthood.

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Why Try Program Outcomes - February 2013

The WhyTry Program is a strength-based approach which helps youth overcome their challenges and improve outcomes in the areas of truancy, behavior, and academics. Youth learn critical social and emotional principles using a series of ten pictures (visual analogies) which each teach a different principal, such as resisting peer-pressure, or that decisions have consequences, stressing that although making good decisions can be difficult, doing so results in more opportunity, freedom, and self-respect. Giving up and doing things that hurt our self and others, on the other hand, takes away opportunities, freedom, and self respect. The visual components are then reinforced by music and physical activities.

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Why Try Program Outcomes - September 2012

The WhyTry Program is a strength-based approach which helps youth overcome their challenges and improve outcomes in the areas of truancy, behavior, and academics. Youth learn critical social and emotional principles using a series of ten pictures (visual analogies) which each teach a different principal, such as resisting peer-pressure, or that decisions have consequences, stressing that although making good decisions can be difficult, doing so results in more opportunity, freedom, and self-respect. Giving up and doing things that hurt our self and others, on the other hand, takes away opportunities, freedom, and self respect. The visual components are then reinforced by music and physical activities.

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