Families Talking Together (FTT)
Families Talking Together is a parent-based intervention to prevent and/or reduce sexual risk behavior among Latino and African American adolescents. The main component of the intervention is a written program manual distributed to parents, that is designed to promote effective communication skills, build parent-adolescent relationships, help parents develop successful monitoring strategies, and teach adolescents assertiveness and refusal skills. The program can be delivered to parents either individually or in small group sessions, in a range of settings.
Read the full Implementation Report, which includes:
- Program Overview
- Program Components
- Implementation Requirements and Guidance
- Implementation Readiness Assessment
Interview with the Program Developer
See the materials below to hear from the program developer.