Step 2: Capacity Building
Step 2: Capacity
- Village Wellness Workbook, Bristol Bay Family Resource Partnership
Contains helpful ideas and tools for coalitions, including suggestions for planning, conducting and documenting meetings, as well as ideas for group activities and handouts
- Developing Effective Coalitions: An Eight Step Guide, Prevention Institute
Provides information and definitions useful in thinking about how and when a coalition might be useful, as well as offering broad guidelines for building a new coalition or strengthening an existing one
- Coalition Capacity Checklist, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), for State of Vermont
Ranking tool for use by coalition members to identify strengths and challenges in different functional areas, such as leadership, community engagement, planning, and clarity of purpose
- Incorporating Cultural Capacity into SPF Process, SAMHSA CAPT
Offers ideas for ways to strengthen cultural capacity during each step of the SPF process.
- Organization Chart Example: Homer Prevention Project
- Example Organization Chart: AICS Super Coalition
- Developing Community Leadership, Evans, Tindall, Likenbach
Article that provides information and definitions useful in thinking about how and when a coalition might be useful, as well as offering broad guidelines for building a new coalition or strengthening an existing one
- Sector Roles & Responsibilities, Fairbanks Native Association
This spreadsheet helps identify the diverse, key sectors represented in Fairbanks’s coalition. It also defines the role each play in the coalition. It can be used to recruit new members, help current members understand their own role, and help the community understand coalition.