In 2015, Child & Family Resources Inc. (CFR) in Tucson, Arizona received a TPP Program Tier 1B grant to replicate an evidence-based program to scale in a high-need community. CFR was one of only a few Tier 1B grantees that proposed implementing a program for tribal youth. CFR implemented Mobilization for Positive Futures, which aimed to increase parent and community support for sexual health education, establish sexual health education during the school day as the norm, and increase the youth-friendliness of area resources. This case study describes the importance of the cooperation and the challenge of building cooperation with a tribal authority within the time frame of a federal grant.
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Baltimore City Health Department’s U Choose TPP Program Case Study