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E-MCH – November 30, 2006. Lisa Turnham Program Manager Minnesota Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention and Parenting (MOAPPP). Promoting Evidence-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Maternal, Infant, and

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E mch november 30 2006

E-MCH – November 30, 2006

Lisa Turnham

Program Manager

Minnesota Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention and Parenting (MOAPPP)

Promoting Evidence-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Maternal, Infant, and

Reproductive Health National & State Coalition Capacity Building Grant

Cooperative Agreement #U58/CCU524993-02

CFDA Number: 93.946 FOA Number: AA004CONT


Moappp

MOAPPP

Minnesota non-profit since 1991

Mission: to develop and strengthen policies and programs that promote adolescent sexual health, prevent adolescent pregnancy and support adolescent parents.

Provides:

Resources

Training

Public Policy

Outreach

Communications


Promoting science based approaches sba

Promoting Science-Based Approaches (SBA)

Goal: To increase the capacity of Minnesota organizations to use science-based approaches to prevent teen pregnancy and promote adolescent reproductive health, especially organizations serving communities of greatest need.

TIER 1: Technical assistance and intensive training with local organizations

TIER 2: Outreach to decision-makers & funding organizations

TIER 3: Dissemination of SBA information to constituents


Promoting science based approaches

Promoting Science-Based Approaches

Needs Assessment Findings

The majority value the importance of programs or curricula being based on evidence of “what works”.

Most common program development strategy was pulling together parts or components of effective programs.

Only ¼ of respondents evaluate their program to look for changes in participants’ behavior.

Focus on Evaluation and Program Planning

Work with decision makers, foundations and funding organizations

Intensive technical assistance with local organizations


Sba example

SBA Example

Ready for Evaluation project

11 local organizations

16 hours of evaluation workshops and

10 hours of one-on-one consultation with evaluation experts

Developed individualized evaluation manuals


Sba example1

SBA Example

Decision-Makers

Two county commissioners & county administrator

Representatives from parks & rec., schools and community education

Three cities within the county

Visit from national expert

Community meetings for support

Interest in Teen Outreach Program replication


Sba example2

SBA Example

Foundations and Funding Organizations

Statewide census

Foundation briefing - visit from national expert

Briefing papers

Interest in continued conversations


Successes and challenges

Successes and Challenges

Increased awareness and support of SBA among MOAPPP constituents

Technical assistance recipients using SBA

Counties interested in SBA replication

Technical assistance is time intensive

Fidelity of replication difficult

Limited funding streams for SBA


Lisa turnham program manager moappp lisat@moappp org 651 644 147 x18

Lisa TurnhamProgram [email protected] x18

Contact Information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Maternal, Infant, and

Reproductive Health National & State Coalition Capacity Building Grant

Cooperative Agreement #U58/CCU524993-02

CFDA Number: 93.946 FOA Number: AA004CONT


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