Across the country, in a range of settings as diverse as the programs themselves, OAH TPP Program grantees are working alongside youth and community leaders to build programs that have meaningful, positive impact on the lives of youth. The LEAD Collaborative is designed to build on this critical work, and deepen TPP Program grantees’ knowledge, skills, and capacity to have sustained impact.
Funded by the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and coordinated by EngenderHealth, the LEAD Collaborative is a partnership between five organizations:
- The Adolescent Health Initiative at Michigan Medicine
- The Center for Strengthening Youth Prevention Paradigms at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
- The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute
- Youth Catalytics
The goal of the LEAD Collaborative is to provide OAH TPP Program grantees with meaningful opportunities to learn and to engage with their peers and with the Collaborative’s partners, accelerating their ability to design and deliver high-quality, youth-centered programs.