Comprehensive Prevention Planning Support
The 2023 Learning Series will support County Prevention Teams and cross-sector partners to build capacity and create prevention infrastructure that is anchored in primary prevention and decreases disproportionality.
Sign up for CalTrin’s monthly Comprehensive Prevention Plan update! Each month, the CPP Essentials newsletter will provide information on upcoming training and resources to support the efforts of your County’s Comprehensive Prevention Planning team.
This Implementation Guide provides recommended tools and action steps for Counties / Tribes submitting Comprehensive Prevention Plans (CPP).
Communications, resources, and tools to support comprehensive prevention planning and service implementation for county planning prevention teams, community partners, and lead agencies.
This Learning Series (June-November 2022), maps directly to the nine Readiness domains for California’s Family First Prevention Services (FFPS) Program and addresses state requirements to assist counties in preparing for implementation of their Comprehensive Prevention Plans.
This brief webinar provided an orientation to the Communications Tool Kit, which provides guidance, messaging, and sample materials for your Child, Family, and Community Well-Being communications planning and implementation, and will focus on engaging public and private partners and those with lived expertise.
In early 2022, Reimagining Prevention provided guidance and information on comprehensive prevention planning. This series was centered on Assembly Bill 153; moving upstream toward primary prevention; change management to support successful implementation; and community engagement that fosters innovative, collaborative prevention efforts across all systems in California.
There are currently extraordinary and transformative opportunities in the child and family service ecosystem in California, with great focus on creation of child well-being and whole person approaches. This presentation provides an overview of structure and function of California’s Children’s System of Care, established in AB2083, and highlight how this system can most effectively support sustainable Family First Prevention Services planning and implementation.