The success of the nation’s public health efforts often depend on the capability of program sponsors and local organizations to work together to reach Americans where they live, work, and play. This often involves bringing research to practice and enhancing the workforce capabilities of local partners. National and local groups also must speak in one voice about program vision, benefits, and outcomes, both economic and humanitarian. Trillium employs a two-tiered approach to these challenges. We combine the traditional, “teach them to fish model” requiring extensive training and consultation with methods that rely on developing customizable messaging systems, templates, and tools that community organizations can easily adapt with a minimum of hands-on support.