The following toolkits are available for UA Network Program Partners.
Fill out the form to request a toolkit, or download toolkit agreements to find out more.
Community Outreach Toolkit
UA provides program partners with training and printed resources to ensure residents have up-to-date information about community programs. Program partners receive bags packed with printed materials about resources in the community and a tract. Program partners can add information about their services or special events to each bag.
Programs are invited to contribute to a collaborative community outreach effort and/or distribute the resources through regular program services. To participate in this opportunity, program leaders and/or other program staff or volunteers must attend the Community Outreach Training, and must be prepared to distribute outreach bags. Program leaders will receive more information about this opportunity when they attend the Community Outreach Day Training.
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Ages and Stages Developmental Screening Toolkit:
The Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) can be used as a developmental screening tool to educate parents about child development and assess if a child is experiencing a delay. The ASQ-3 detects delays across five areas of development (physical motor, fine motor, communication, intellectual, or social- emotional). Additionally, the ASQ: SE-2 can be used to detect social and emotional delays or concerns. When a possible delay is detected program staff and volunteers can connect families to early intervention services.
Coaching and Case Management Toolkit:
Through the process of coaching, guests are supported as they set personal goals, create a plan to accomplish their goals and take action to see change in their lives. Coaches offer practical support and encouragement as guests take steps towards positive life changes. Urban Alliance offers training on coaching, Motivational Interviewing and offering referrals; as well as case files packed with consent forms and case notes, Motivational Interviewing handouts, certificates for guests who complete the program, note cards to support closure sessions and questionnaires that can be used to document positive life change.
Community Garden Toolkit:
A community garden is a piece of land shared by a group of people where fruits and vegetables are grown. Community gardens provide the ideal context for people to gain the knowledge, skills and experience needed to grow and prepare their own fruits and vegetables, which are foundational to a healthy diet. Community gardens also offer the added health benefits of physical activity and exposure to nature. UA provides training, toolkits and consultation to programs that are positioned to use community gardening to help people they serve learn how to grow and use fresh produce to support their long-term health and wellness.