We are thrilled to have your support in spreading the word about our shared efforts to ensure that young people, families and communities have access to evidence-based interventions that help them reach their full potential. Here are a few ways you can spread the word about Blueprints now that we have officially launched our upgraded site:
Write an Article
If your organization publishes an e-newsletter or blog, consider writing an article on Blueprints and how it relates to your work. You are welcome to use the following text, or send an email to email@example.com to receive the official press release:
Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development Sets High Standards for Empirically-Proven Interventions
Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development is an online database designed to help public agencies, schools, community organizations and individuals easily identify cost-effective interventions that meet the highest standard of evidence for helping young people reach their full potential. The Institute of Behavioral Science at the University of Colorado Boulder is pleased to announce the launch of a more mobile friendly and accessible website for Blueprints. The website offers information on how to search for effective interventions that address a range of outcomes, including education, emotional well-being, physical health and positive relationships, in addition to problem behaviors such as reducing criminal delinquency and recidivism rates. New to the site is an expanded classification system that includes information on interventions reviewed but lacking strong evidence. As such, Blueprints now offers information on a continuum of evidence, from having no credible evaluations, to having inconclusive evidence, to having very strong experimental evidence.
Post a Link
You can link our website to your resource page or another section of your website.
Include Blueprints in Presentations
Take a couple screenshots of the Blueprints website and include them in your presentations or connect online to demonstrate how government agencies, schools, community organizations and individuals can use Blueprints to identify interventions that meet the needs of your local community.
If you have other ideas for promoting the Blueprints website, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Thank you as always for your support.