Evaluation and Training

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Evaluation and Training Evaluation and Training Follow-up training for the Social/Behavioral Health Services Divisions to include procedures, documentation and best practices (6 days) The Office of American Indian Projects (OAIP) will work with the SRP-MIC Department of Health and Human Services staff representative and provide Six (6) days follow-up training for the Social/Behavioral Health Services Divisions in the areas of procedures, documentation and best practices at mutually agreeable future dates for the BHS/Social Services staff. 2. Provide evaluation of the SRP-MIC Meth Prevention Initiative project. OAIP will provide the following activities as part of the evaluation to include: 1. Review and assessment of goals, progress and documentation of tasks at a minimum twice a year. 2. Analyze a prior survey document for validity, assist with the creation of a new survey document to continue the process of gathering accurate community input and data. 3. Analyze the results of subsequent data gathered and prepare a year-end report for the project. 3. Provide evaluation of the SRP-MIC Meth and Suicide Prevention Initiative project. OAIP will provide the following activities as part of the evaluation to include: 1. Work in conjunction with the projects planning groups to develop an evaluation methodology that incorporates the outcome measures developed by the Project and those required by Indian Health Services. 2. Utilize GRPRA measures that apply to the Projects scope of work. 3. Work with the planning groups and other stakeholders involved to identify those cultural aspects which must be incorporated into the prevention and treatment activities. 4. Participate in those project meetings where planning and service delivery decisions and strategies are made in order that the formative portion of the evaluation can be documented. Page 2 Scope of Work 5. Meet periodically with the project staff to discuss and monitor the gathering, managing and storing of the projects data. 6. Provide regular updates on the status of the data gathering and the resulting improvements that may be needed to adequately report and gather the required data. 7. Analyze the results of subsequent data gathered and prepare a year-end report for the project. 8. Protect the confidentiality of the data, and store and transmit data in a manner that protects the projects data. 9. Provide a final report on the evaluation of the prevention and treatment of methamphetamine use and suicide services as provided by the project. Evaluation and Training
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date10/1/099/30/12

Funding

  • LOCAL: Indian Tribal Governmental Units: $146,000.00

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