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Healthy Teen Network Strategic Plan, 2013-2016

Road Map for the Future of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
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Gina Desiderio

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Transcript of Healthy Teen Network Strategic Plan, 2013-2016

Increase
Our Impact

Promote
an Inclusive
Frame

Healthy Teen Network will promote internal sustainability through improved agency structure and function, as well as promote new methods of support for nonprofit organizations and the field at-large.
Build
Sustainability

Healthy Teen Network promotes increasing our impact by broadening our approach from relying solely on evidence-based approaches to including research-based, yet innovative, approaches, to meet the needs of all youth; and giving special attention to specific populations of interest.
Social
Determinants
of
Health

Access
to
Healthcare
Social Norms
&
Culture
Populations
of
Interest

Evidence-
Based
Interventions


Diversified Funding


Alternative Business Models

Agency
Structure &
Function

Young
Men
Pregnant/
Parenting
Teens
Latino
Youth
Parents/
Adult Care-
givers of
Teens
System-
Involved
Youth
2013-2016
Strategic Plan

Road Map for the Future of
Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health
Access to Education, Economic,
& Job Opportunities
Healthy Teen Network promotes using the
Youth 360° Frame, incorporating the social-ecological health promotion model and social determinants of health, to build collaboration beyond our field and achieve better outcomes for youth across diverse populations, including
pregnant and parenting teens.
Research-
Based
Approaches

For more information on Healthy Teen Network's Strategic Plan,
see the full document, including background assessment from the field, strategies, and objectives:
http://www.HealthyTeenNetwork.org
Capacity-Building Assistance
Social Determinants
of Health
Definition
Social determinants of health (SDH) are elements in the environment in which youth live, learn, and play that shape their long-term physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being.
Evidence-
Based
Intervention
Definition
Evidence-based interventions (EBI) have been rigorously evaluated and proven to reduce sexual risk-taking behaviors, such as increasing the correct and consistent use of condoms.
Research-
Based
Approaches
Definition
Research-based approaches (RBA) are creative and innovative approaches to develop programs and strategies to meet the needs of diverse youth populations, particularly those populations whose needs are not addressed within the current repertoire of EBI, as well as those populations who need attention on a range of social determinants, beyond basic health education. RBA incorporate needs and resource assessments, health education and behavior change theory, logic models, the Characteristics of Effective Programs, and process and outcome evaluation.
Social Determinants
of Health
Why These?
These particular determinants represent the greatest need among youth and are most aligned with Healthy Teen Network’s Mission, Vision, and Values. We will continue to social determinants to ensure that the initial selection best meets the needs of the field.
Populations
of Interest
Why These?
Based on the feedback from our assessment of the field, including in-depth individual and group interviews with a diverse range of professionals, in the development of this strategic plan, Healthy Teen Network has identified these populations of interest for the next three years. We will continue to assess populations of need to ensure that the initial selection best meets the needs of the field.
Capacity-
Building Assistance
About
Healthy Teen Network will provide capacity-building assistance—including training, technical assistance, and resources—to build the capacity of other nonprofits in the field to increase the efficiency, effectiveness, and impact of their efforts.
Diversified Funding
About
Healthy Teen Network's efforts to increase efficiency and effectiveness, through improved agency structure and function, as well as alternative business models, will support our innovative Sustainability Plan and diversified funding.
Alternative Business Models
About
Healthy Teen Network will become an Entrepreneurial Non-Profit agency, that is, a nonprofit that seeks to match its core competencies with marketplace opportunities in order to simultaneously generate more earned income and expand its social impact.
Agency
Structure & Function
About
Healthy Teen Network is engaged in multiple internal activities to allow the organization to assess efficiency and effectiveness of its efforts and has developed an innovative Sustainability Plan.
Vision
A national community where all adolescents and young adults, including teen parents, are supported and empowered to lead healthy sexual, reproductive, and family lives.
Increase
Our Impact
Promote
an Inclusive
Frame
Build
Sustainability
2013-2016
Strategic Plan
Road Map for the Future of
Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health
Frame
How and where youth live, learn, and play matters. A 360° approach, using the social-ecological health promotion model, allows communities to recognize, explore, and address the social determinants of health according to the influential spheres—individual, relationship, community, and societal—moving beyond a focus on individual behavior, toward an understanding of the wide range of factors on health outcomes.
Definition
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