The Prevention Board actively partners with parents and caregivers, incorporating their voice and perspective into its work.
Parents, caregivers, and family support professionals were key partners in the development of Five for Families
public awareness campaign, which translates information about the Protective Factors, or Five Strengths, into everyday language. Parents provided vital input to the campaign via focus groups throughout the state. The website includes interviews with parents and grandparents sharing benefits of the Five Strengths.
Policy and Systems Change
Parent participation is invited throughout the year as the Prevention Board actively incorporates parent voice in its statewide committees and workgroups. The Prevention Board Family Resource Center Infrastructure grant requires grantees to have parent representatives on its leadership teams and to incorporate parent leadership into the mission and work of the FRC.
Parent perspective plays a key role in Prevention Board efforts. A community capacity building grant to implement Triple P Positive Parenting Program and the primary prevention framework to strengthen families both incorporate parent feedback.