Prevention Planning Roundtable: Engaging Youth, Families, Communities, and Tribes in Planning Video
Watch this video to learn more about how states are engaging people with lived experience in prevention planning.
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Listen in to hear progress and lessons learned in states’ efforts to center and prioritize youth, families, communities, and Tribes throughout their prevention planning process.
Bring your team together to discuss reflections and ideas sparked by the Roundtable stories. Consider using the following questions as discussion prompts:
- Who currently has a seat at our prevention planning table and whose voice and input is missing?
- How does our agency currently engage and partner with people with lived experience?
- What are some first steps we can take to co-create our prevention plan with youth, families, communities, and Tribes?
Pair the video with the Building Capacity to Address Common Challenges planning tool as your team plans authentic engagement of youth, families, communities, and Tribes in prevention planning.
Visit the full Prevention Planning Into Action series for additional resources to support your prevention planning efforts.
More From This Series
Capacity Building Center for States. (2021). Prevention planning roundtable: Engaging youth, families, communities, and Tribes in planning [video]. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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