This tool provides a detailed explanation and self-assessment for six key elements of sustainability: vision and mission, results orientation, strategy, strategic resource development, resilience, and the sustainability plan. The tool allows users to rank and track their progress on each element of the sustainability planning process.
This brief summarizes best practices and provides resources related to sustaining statewide longitudinal data systems. It is based on a four-part framework for sustainability: stakeholder support, ensuring widespread use, financial support, and return on investment. Companion resources include a sustainability planning tool and a sustainability self-assessment.
This Web site provides a number of resources on sustainability and capacity building. It is designed to support state leaders in sustaining state and local reforms, identifying flexible ways to allocate federal resources, integrating systems, engaging stakeholders, and assessing progress. Resources include a sustainability rubric, sustainability self-assessment, integrated messaging tools, and capacity building tools.
This Web site provides an array of program sustainability planning tools and resources. It was developed to support community-based health education and outreach organizations. The resource page is divided into three sections: where to begin, sustainability factors, and creating a sustainability plan.
This guide outlines a process for sustaining policy strategies and related activities, introduces approaches to sustainability, and demonstrates sustainability planning in action with real-life examples. It was designed to help coalitions, public health professionals, and other community stakeholders develop, implement, and evaluate a successful sustainability plan.
This guide outlines key steps and considerations for sustainability planning for High Growth Job Training Initiative and Community-Based Job Training grantees. The guide provides a checklist for each step of the sustainability process and provides links to additional sustainability resources.