The Annie E. Casey Foundations Plain Talk initiative seeks to address the problems of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases among a communitys youth by organizing and mobilizing community residents to change the attitudes and practices of the community and service providers. The Plain Talk approach is built from the belief in community empowerment and the use of consensus-building to make decisions and negotiate with social service institutions. This report documents the experiences of the six sites -- Atlanta, Hartford, Indianapolis, New Orleans, San Diego and Seattle -- during their planning year of the initiative.
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Title: The Plain Talk Planning Year: Mobilizing Communities to Change. A Report Prepared for The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Publication date 1995-03-01
Publication Year 1995
Michelle Alberti Gambone
, Lauren J. Kotloff
, Phoebe A. Roaf
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Indiana / Marion County / Indianapolis
, North America / United States (Northeastern) / Connecticut
, North America / United States (Northeastern) / Connecticut / Hartford County / Hartford
, North America / United States (New England)
, North America / United States (Southern) / Georgia / Fulton County / Atlanta
, North America / United States (Southern) / Louisiana
, North America / United States (Gulf Coast Region)
, North America / United States (Southern) / Louisiana / Orleans Parish / New Orleans
, North America / United States (Western) / California / San Diego County / San Diego
, North America / United States (Pacific Northwest)
, North America / United States (Western) / Washington / King County / Seattle
, North America / United States (Northwestern) / Washington
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