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SRAE Shared Resources

On this page, we share resources and tools on topics such as sustainability, strategic communications, and creating logic models.

You will now find webinar recordings on SRAE Webinars.

If you have practical resources to share with your colleagues, please let your ACT for Youth technical assistance contact know! We will be happy to share your resources here.

SRAE Work Group

Self-Care for Youth

Rachel St. John and her SRAE team at New Alternatives for Children developed and delivered a virtual workshop on self-care strategies for young people. The presentation includes a lesson plan, handouts, mindfulness activities, and web-based resources.


Picture the Possibilities

Alexandra Smith and her SRAE team at Bronx Health Care Systems shared a set of activity ideas: role-playing, vision boards, and building on personal strengths. Their activity for identifying personal strengths involves inspiring quotes from celebrities.

Activity Ideas

Celebrity Quotations


The Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) defined sustainability as "effectively leveraging partnerships and resources to continue programs, services, and/or strategic activities that result in improvements in the health and well-being of adolescents." It's never too early to start planning for sustainability! In fact, it's best to consider sustainability right from the start of a new project. These resources can help.

The OAH Framework for Program Sustainability

OAH: Sustainability and Community Mobilization

Washington University: Program Sustainability Assessment Tool

Spitfire Strategies: Discovering the Activation Point

Spitfire Strategies: Smart Chart

Community Toolbox: Implementing Social Marketing

OAH: Strategic Communications

Logic Models

SRAE projects create logic models to clarify how their activities lead to desired outcomes. These resources outline steps in that process and provide examples. You may also wish to take the free online course offered by ETR/ReCAPP.

Community Tool Box: Developing a Logic Model

For Youth Initiative: Program Design: Logic Models

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide

ETR/ReCAPP: A Beginner's Course in Developing BDI Logic Models

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