Community Capacity Assessment for the Triple P System of Interventions (CCA-TP)

William Aldridge, Desiree Murray, Renee Boothroyd, Ron Prinz, & Claire Veazey
December, 2016

The North Carolina Implementation Capacity for Triple P (NCIC-TP) team has developed a measure of the capacity of a community to implement and scale-up the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program system of interventions. A community might be locally defined as a collection of neighborhoods, a single county, or even a region or cluster of counties within a state. Their capacity to implement and scale-up Triple P includes the resources and abilities of people and organizations needed to develop, improve, and sustain the use of Triple P as intended. It is designed to measure and describe the status of important implementation and scale-up components, information that can be used for action planning.

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William Aldridge at 919.966.4713 or will.aldridge@unc.edu
Citation: Aldridge, W. A., II, Murray, D. W., Boothroyd, R. I., Prinz, R. J., & Veazey, C. A. (2016, December). Community Capacity Assessment for the Triple P System of Interventions (CCA-TP) [Assessment instrument]. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.