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Case Studies: Leveraging SRPF Approaches
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Case Studies: Leveraging SRPF Approaches


How States are Utilizing Shared Risk & Protective Factor (SRPF) Approaches to Advance Efforts to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Suicide Prevention, and Opioid Misuse


With an ever-changing environment, states are using innovative ways to leverage funding across multiple sources to comprehensively address priority injury topics, specifically those of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), suicide prevention and opioid misuse. 

Through comprehensive interviews and focus groups, seven case studies across six states were developed. These case studies use a storytelling approach to connect the work across the three priority topic areas of ACEs, suicide prevention, and opioid prevention with a particular emphasis on efforts to address shared risk and protective factor (SRPF) approaches. Case Studies: Leveraging SRPF Approaches provides seven specific examples of how connections can be used to support work across multiple funding sources in the areas of programming, policy, data, surveillance, and/or partnerships.






 New York



 North Carolina



 Rhode Island





 Evaluating Shared Risk and Protective Factor Approaches: Learning from 
Colorado and Utah



Check out the webinars highlighting work from these case studies:


Rhode Island, New York, North Carolina, Louisiana: Leveraging IP Efforts

Colorado, Utah: Leveraging IP Efforts 2




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