This web conference is intended for to CALCASA members, CPEDV members, and California RPE Program grantees.
In this conference, participants will be introduced to framing and develop strategies for honing their communication works in ways that raise awareness of sexual violence, promote prevention and create opportunities for unified messaging with allies. [click to continue…]
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Recipients of Rape Prevention Education funds administered by the California Department of Public Health are required to develop an Action Plan or Logic Model as part of each grantee’s planning process for primary prevention programs. On January 28, 2009, CALCASA provided a web conference on using logic models as a tool for program planning in order to provide support for this requirement.