Community-Based Funded Prevention Strategies

Four community-based coalitions chosen through competitive request for applications are currently funded through the SVPE Program. These coalitions are tasked with completing a community needs assessment that takes a shared risk and protective factor approach, developing an action plan based on the results of the needs assessment, and implementing strategies that prevent sexual violence. The four coalitions have their individual assessments, action plans and strategies. 

Highlighted approaches and examples include:

  1. Civic Engagement

Civic Engagement

  • Provided avenues for engagement in the civic process by making voting accessible, giving access to government functions, and providing opportunities for candidates to hear from disparate populations.
  • Provided summaries of meetings including proposed policies, especially those that affect housing, transportation and employment, as there was no public news outlet and thus no way for citizens to stay informed of city and government commission meetings.
  1. Community Connectedness
  1. Data
  1. Economic Supports
  1. Protective Environments
  1. Social Norms
  1. Support Victims
  1. Training Coalitions

This program is supported by Cooperative Agreement 1 NUF2CE002495 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.