2018 Conference
April 30 – May 2, 2018
The Westin Westminster
Denver, CO

Past Presentations

2008 Presentations

All breakout session presentations are in PDF format.

Monday, March 17, 2008

National Center for School Engagement (NCSE) Preconference Session
    Blueprints Programs That Promote School Engagement
    Family and Community Engagement in Creating Positive School Climates
    Connections To Bad Outcomes & Best Practices


Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Dr. Delbert S. Elliott : The Future of Violence Prevention Research and Practice
    Video of Dr. Elliott's presentation

Clay Yeager : The Power of Prevention - The Power of One
    Video of Clay Yeager's presentation


T1-A : Statewide Initiatives Promoting the Use of Evidence-based Prevention
    Colorado Evidence-based Programs
    PCCD's Evidence-Based Prevention Initiative
    The Evolution of Evidenced-Based Prevention in SC


T2-A : A Multisystemic Therapy (MST) Overview


T4-A : The PATHS Curriculum: Building Resilience through Social and Emotional Learning


T5-A : The High/Scope Preschool Model: Five Supporting Studies


T6-A : Project Towards No Drug Abuse: Its Theory and the Program


T7-A : The Good Behavior Game: A Classroom-Based Behavior Management Strategy


T9-A : Preventing Drug Abuse and Violence through LifeSkills Training (LST): Effectiveness and Current Directions


T1-B : Moving Science to Practice: Frameworks for Implementing, Sustaining, and Scaling-up Evidence-Based Programs and Practices
    Exercise 1
    Exercise 2


T2-B : Multisystemic Therapy (MST) - Advanced Session


T4-B : CASASTART: An evidence-based youth development strategy for high-risk children


T6-B : The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP): The Care and Feeding of a Quality Implementation


T7-B : Olweus Bullying Prevention Program


T8-B : Community Partnerships for Kids At-Risk


T11-B : Raising Healthy Children: A Social Development Approach to Prevention


T1-C : How to Use Rigorous Evidence about "What Works" to Improve Program Effectiveness: Practical, Cost-Effective Strategies


T2-C : Functional Family Therapy (FFT) and Culture: Regional Trends and Variations
    Florida Department of Juvenile Justice: Redirection Project
    Pre-Conference Session 1 - The Renewal of FFT


T3-C : Project ALERT: From Research to Practice: Doing Simple Things that Work


T4-C : Overview of the Incredible Years Parents, Teachers, and Children's Training


T5-C : Guiding Good Choices: Making a Difference in American's Families


T6-C : Behavioral Monitoring and Reinforcement Program for Middle School Youth and its Modification for High School Youth


T7-C : Olweus Bullying Prevention Advanced Workshop: Questionnaires, Class Meetings, and Parents


T8-C : Being Sustainable: What It Takes


T9-C : PATHWAYS: Translating Evidence-based Drug and Violence Prevention (STAR and PATHS) to Effective Obesity Prevention


T10-C : Building Community Coalitions: Getting Things Done in the Public Sector


Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Steve Aos : Evidence-Based Policy Options To Reduce Prison Construction, Criminal Justice Costs, and Crime
    Video of Mr. Aos's presentation | Video of Q & A


Mark T. Greenberg : Sustaining Quality Prevention Programming in Communities
    Video of Mr. Greenberg's presentation


W2-A : Functional Family Therapy (FFT) with Various Diagnostic Populations and Referral Systems
    FFT - Development In Sweden
    Pennsylvania Functional Family Therapy: A Sustainable Statewide System


W3-A : The PROSPER Support System: Integrating Partnership Strategies for Quality Implementation, Sustainability, and Evaluation


W4-A : Strong African American Families Program


W5-A : The Midwestern Prevention Project (STAR): Adoption, Implementation, Sustainability, and Dissemination in Today's Prevention Climate


W7-A : Brief Strategic Family Therapy™ in the Treatment of Problem Behavioral/Drug-Using Youth


W8-A : Measuring and Monitoring Fidelity