Helping Adolescents Thrive Toolkit

The Help Adolescents Thrive (HAT) toolkit seeks to improve programming for adolescent mental health promotion and prevention and to support the implementation of the WHO HAT guidelines on mental health promotive and preventive interventions for adolescents. One core strategy is providing caregivers with the support they need to build their knowledge and skills; to strengthen caregivers’ and adolescents’ relationships; and to support caregivers’ own mental health and well-being.

Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens: Facilitators

The Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens is targeted at pre-teens and teenagers between the ages of 10 to 17, and their caregivers. The programme uses culturally relevant approaches based on core principles found in evidence-based parenting programmes from around the world.

Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens: Family guidebook

The Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens is targeted at pre-teens and teenagers between the ages of 10 to 17, and their caregivers. The programme uses culturally relevant approaches based on core principles found in evidence-based parenting programmes from around the world.

Mapping of Parenting Programmes for Adolescents in Latin America and the Caribbean

Parenting programmes are considered a key global and evidence-based strategy for violence prevention against children, as well as being a recognised cost-effective tool for improving parental mental health and child behavioural well-being. However, most of the evidence focuses on the early years and/or young children and is limited to high income settings. This report outlines the key findings of the Mapping of parenting programmes for adolescents in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region.

Programming Guidance for Parenting of Adolescents

The aim of this document is to guide efforts to strengthen evidence-based
programming for parenting of adolescents, in support of UNICEF’s mandate to maximise adolescents’ developmental potential. It is targeted at practitioners and stakeholders working on responses to support parenting and caregiving of
adolescents.