Positive Community Norms-
Trainings, Tools and Services
At least once a year, MOST of Us® hosts a three-day training on the Positive Community Norms (PCN) Model. The purpose of the Positive Community Norms (PCN) training is to teach participants about the PCN framework and the theory upon which it’s built, The Science of the PositiveTM. Attendees will learn about the three components of the PCN model: leadership (7 Core Principles), communication (7 Step Process) and the integration (Portfolio Mapping) of strategies for a comprehensive approach to prevention in their communities. Training participants will leave the training with specific next steps for implementing a positive community norms process in their community. Materials included: 7 Core Principles Workbook, PCN Workbook, Seeds of Fire, Roots of Hope and How to Use Social Norms Marketing to Prevent Driving after Drinking. PCN trainings cost $600 per person which covers registration and all the materials. These trainings provide the best opportunity to learn about the PCN Process. For more information about upcoming dates and availability, please visit the PCN Training page.
The 11th annual Montana Summer Institute will be held at Big Sky Resort in Big Sky, MT on June 18th-21st, 2013. The Summer Institute will offer an interactive, skill-building experience that focuses on the next level of social norms: The Positive Community Norms Model.
For more information, please visit the Montana Summer Institute page.
Positive Community Norms Surveys
MOST of Us® Survey Consulting
Do you already have a survey and need help adding perceptions questions? Or you would like to know how your survey can be improved? We offer telephone based survey consulting. This service is billed at a per hour rate.
Positive Community Norms Guide Service
Communities often find that ongoing support from a PCN team member contributes to their success. A trained PCN Guide is your personal consultant available by phone and email to support you and your community’s efforts for one year. This Guide becomes familiar with your specific project and helps you apply the PCN framework in your community. The Guide is available to provide feedback on your local data sources, communication plans, media, and other aspects of the PCN framework. Our experience has shown that unexpected challenges often arise, and your personal Guide can help you successfully find your way. In addition to personal assistance with your PCN journey, the Guide provides you with access to the Community of Practice website. The Community of Practice website is an exclusive interactive site in which participants can share media, stories of transformation, ask questions, download tools and engage with other communities that are engaged in the PCN process. At the end of each year, you and your community will also receive an Executive Summary designed to help you celebrate successes, learn from the experiences and prepare for the next year. This service is only available to communities that have participated in a PCN training. Please visit our PCN training page to learn more.
Cost- $3,000 for one year of service
Positive Community Norms Evaluation Consultation Service
Custom Research Projects