Community Coalition Action Theory

Overview

As part of the Strengthening and Sustaining Ohio’s Suicide Prevention Coalitions Initiative, eight coalitions across Ohio received funding to study and apply the Community Coalition Action Theory (CCAT) to enhance the efforts of their coalitions.


Coalitions Funded in 2021

  • Ashtabula County Suicide Prevention Coalition
  • Butler County Suicide Prevention Coalition
  • Clermont County Suicide Prevention Coalition
  • Knox County Suicide Prevention Coalition
  • River Hills Prevention Connection (Lawrence County)
  • Sandusky, Seneca, and Wyandot Suicide Prevention Coalition
  • Wayne/Holmes Suicide Prevention Coalition

Step 2: Studying the CCAT Model

Study Group Member Downloads

Handouts

Deliverables


Co-Facilitator Downloads

Task

Handouts

Deliverables

Step 5: Develop a CCAT Graphic

Co-Facilitator Downloads

Task

Deliverables

Step 6: Developing a CCAT Video

Co-Facilitator Downloads

Task

Completed CCAT Narratives and Graphics

Completed CCAT Videos

Coalitions that participated in the CCAT process each created a video at the end of the experience to showcase their CCAT. Coalitions will utilize these videos to recruit new members, inform current and potential partners and stakeholders, and engage their local community. To view each coalition’s video, click on the corresponding county in the map below.