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Communications & Evaluation

Our communications and evaluation teams serve as the backbone of the CAPTC. They provide support across our service areas to amplify our innovative work.
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Who We Are

Our team of experts is seasoned in digital media, strategic communications, and public health.

We know that words matter, especially in a world that is fast-changing and can sometimes feel divided. We are passionate about crafting narratives that ensure organizations connect with their audiences in meaningful ways. With a collaborative approach, we create tailored communications plans that support the CAPTC’s technical assistance and training in tackling the most pressing challenges.

What We Do

We support you by providing comprehensive strategic guidance that advances organizations’ missions. Using a mix of digital, print, and audio methods we can conduct needs assessments, create website content, develop online courses, and more.
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Our Resources

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We have a podcast!

Coming Together for Sexual Health interviews guests from a variety of disciplines, discussing the multiple intersecting factors that shape sexual health and wellbeing.

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Our Impact

Read our 2020 Impact Report to discover some of the innovative ways CAPTC responded to the unique challenges confronted in this unprecedented year.

Showcasing CAPTC’s Work: #InclusiveCare Social Media Campaign

Over the course of 4 weeks in fall 2021, CAPTC staff shared what #InclusiveCare means to them—how they practice it and why it matters to them.

Check out staff perspectives and how CAPTC programs incorporate inclusive care as a key framework by following the #InclusiveCare campaign on our Twitter feed and visiting the landing page.

#inclusivecare is Feeling heard, respected, equal. My educational, racial, and socioeconomic background did not determine whether or not I was respected or treated fairly.. CAPTC Staff