Proven Results. Just as the programs on the PROSPER menu are evidence-based, the PROSPER Partnership model has been evaluated and shown to be an effective mechanism for delivering and sustaining these programs. The original randomized-controlled PROSPER evaluation study began in 2001, with over 11,000 participating youth and their parents from 28 communities in Iowa and Pennsylvania.
Includes the following topic areas: positive youth outcomes, benefits to families, economic benefits, community team success, family program recruitment, sustained program implementation quality, resource generation over time, and benefits to communities
Includes the following topics: positive finding for youth, positive findings for families, and positive findings for communities.
PROmoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience (PROSPER) teams are successfully implementing and sustaining evidence-based prevention programs to reduce youth risky behaviors.