Communities That Care: Study guides for trainers
Communities That Care (CTC) is a coalition-based community prevention operating system that uses a public health approach to prevent youth problem behaviors including underage drinking, tobacco use, violence, delinquency, school dropout and substance abuse. This program is supported by the University of Washington Center for Communities That Care as part of the Social Development Research Group, School of Social Work.
CEHs are not available through this system for these resources. If you would like more direct CTC technical assistance please go to the CTC website.
- For Implementers: Overview of the Communities that Care (CTC) Process (35 minutes)
- The Ten Steps for Effective Training: An introduction to the interactive teaching methodology in Communities That Care trainings (30 minutes)
- Delivering the Community Board Orientation: Training Strategies and Tips (40 minutes)
- Delivering the Community Resources Assessment Training: Training Strategies and Tips (35 minutes)
- Delivering the Community Planning Training: Training Strategies and Tips (47 minutes)
- Delivering the Community Plan Implementation Training: Training Strategies & Tips (35 minutes)