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Second Wednesday Webinar

Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific

Stretching Grant Dollars and Expanding Reach: “Teachers as Facilitators” of Healthy Relationship Programming

During this webinar, discover how your non-profit can build relationships with state education offices, schools, and teachers to partner with them in your grant activity. This synergistic approach can result in providing quality evidence-based programming in classrooms that cost-effectively reaches scores of students.

Join Sarah Simister, the Director of Positive Youth Development Programs at Social Innovation Laboratory, as she discusses how to build a sustainable program offering healthy relationship programming in schools and how your grant dollars will thank you.

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The “College Gap” in Marriage and Children’s Family Structure

This working paper presents several facts and trends on the decline in marriage among parents without a four-year degree, including: gaps in children living with married parents, increases in non-marital childbearing, college gaps in marriage rates, and resulting class gaps.

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Adults Undervalue Teen Friendships. Here’s How to Support Them.

Parents may be wary of peers who could steer their children toward risky behaviors, and research does suggest that hanging out with underage drinkers, rule-breakers or petty criminals can lead to trouble. But positive peer influences can be equally powerful. Studies have shown that children who develop supportive, trusting friendships with others their age are more likely to become healthy, happy and professionally successful adults.

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Strategies for Engaging Parents and Caregivers Tip Sheet

This tip sheet identifies strategies to engage parents in teen pregnancy prevention programming, focusing on ways to address attitudinal, interpersonal, and structural barriers to participation. This tip sheet has been developed based on specific approaches used by current TPP grantees who are actively implementing strategies to engage parents.

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Healthy Relationships for Younger Teens

Dibble works with younger teens to teach them healthy relationship skills early in their lives.

Healthy Relationships for Older Teens & Young Adults

Dibble’s materials teach teens and young adults how to be successful in friendships, dating, and love.

Approaches to Addressing Trauma
Dibble’s curriculum helps people of all ages take charge of their emotions and improve their states of minds and relationships.

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