After people have organized and discussed issues in the community regarding mental health and have come up with clear objectives for a program, the next step is to develop a community-based program...

This tip sheet gives pointers on how to prepare for and conduct interviews with key informants. Tips include on how to structure an interview and how to keep it moving effectively. Content Related...

This database gives access to responses collected from various surveys concerned with child and adolescent mental health and functioning and disability. From this site, access survey questionnaires...

Here you can explore results from the National Survey of Children’s Health (NHCH) and the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (NS-CSHCN). Data are presented in ways that are...

Nonprofits do not always have the resources to hire a professional evaluator. This article discusses how the data you do have—whether anecdotal, subjective, interpretive, or quantitative—can be used...

This guide addresses the need nonprofits have to demonstrate the effectiveness of their programs through outcome-oriented project evaluation. Chapter one introduces what a logic model is and why it...

This resource helps to explain what evaluation is and why it is so important to the success and sustainability of programs. Provided are questions to consider when deciding on what type of...

This publication describes two of the basic choices that must be made when designing an evaluation. The first is about the choice of an evaluation’s design. The second concerns choosing a...

Key findings from the California Cities Gang Prevention Network Evaluation Summit are presented in this report. It focuses on the importance of evaluation as a means to provide insight that can be...

In this opening session of the 2012 Blueprints for Violence Prevention Conference in San Antonio, TX, Dean L. Fixsen, PhD, a leading expert in evidence-based program (EBP) implementation research...

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