Alliance Resources For Action Series

Resources For Action Overview and Brochure

The Alliance is pleased to share with you a series of resources that were developed as a result of its collaborative partnerships with many children’s trust funds and their partners. All were developed with funding support provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and are available at no cost.

These new resources share concrete examples across the socio-ecological levels of ways in which the Protective Factors framework is springing to life across the nation. These actions demonstrate unique ways that states are:

  • Strategically aligning and coordinating early learning and development across state systems,
  • Promoting school readiness,
  • Involving and suporting parents as decision-makers and leaders at all levels, and
  • Helping to strengthen families to prevent child maltreatment.

To see the full array of resources developed, please review the menu listing below. You may also contact the Alliance at

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Resources for Action Series

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Bringing the Protective Factors Framework to Life in Your Work – A Resource for Action

The National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention Funds (Alliance) is pleased to make available an online training series of courses to support implementation of the Strengthening Families (SF) Protective Factors framework in multiple settings. This curriculum includes new materials on partnering with parents and addresses promising strategies to strengthen families for practitioners in multiple settings.

More details about the curriculum within the online training site and how to enroll, can be found here.

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We welcome your comments and questions

As always we are open to receiving your input and thoughts about these resources and how we can make them available to you. Please contact the Alliance with questions or comments at

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