Prevention Support Partners assists human services agencies in meeting their goals for promoting community health. By using both scientific- and strength-based approaches to health promotion, we aim to identify and implement evidence-based prevention programs that contribute to positive outcomes in children, adults, and families.
Our team currently supports two focus areas. Through the SOAR Program, our team is collaborating with the local school districts to implement an evidence-based protocol to promote positive social skills and reduce bullying/victimization in young children. Using the Circle of Security Parenting model, we support professionals who aim to promote positive parent-child relationships.
Our office is located at SUNY Oswego and is staffed by university faculty and students. We are supported by the following funding agencies and institutions: