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January 2011

Tools for Change: A Guide to Primary Prevention Implementation

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This toolkit includes information and resources related to understanding primary prevention, developing prevention programming in individual communities, and implementing a statewide primary prevention plan.
  • General Material

Tools for Change: An Introduction to the Primary Prevention of Sexual Assault

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It explores the movement's history for lessons learned and talks about how the work of preventing sexual violence connects directly and indirectly to the work that each of us in the movement does. Finally, it explores the public health model and associated terminology.
  • General Material

Strategy Selection Workbook: Key Steps to Selecting Primary Prevention Strategies

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Deciding which materials (e.g., marketing campaigns, curricula, etc.) or strategies are primary prevention-based is often a difficult and involved process. There are few, if any, clear cut answers. This document is meant to help guide your process of determining if a strategy is likely to be primary prevention-based or not. It is not meant to help figure out which strategies are sanctioned by funding sources or which are the best ones for your community but rather give you a process by which to explore the key factors in strategy selection.