How We Invest Resources
Annually, the Prevention Board creates a
Community Investment Plan reflecting its policy, program, professional development, and public awareness priorities. The grants awarded through the Community Investment Plan follow a competitive grant-making process. This process must be transparent and accountable in order to be effective stewards of public funds. Current priorities span the following:
- Programming, including parent education, child sexual abuse prevention, abusive head trauma prevention, Parent Cafes, and other parenting supports.
- Family Resource Center
- Public Awareness
- Research and Evaluation
- Professional Development
Community Investment Report - state fiscal year 2022
SFY22 Community Investment Report
has information about the funding opportunities and investments during the previous state fiscal year. The Family Resource Centers, community-based agencies, Tribes, and others that received funding report on their direct services.
Current list of grantees. There is an interactive map below with locations and service areas. To learn more about the Prevention Boards grant program, see Grants.
Fiscal Year 2023 Grantee Map
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