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Program Development in the 21st Century: An Evidence-Based Approach to Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

by Nancy G Calley SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
12/2010
ISBN:
9781412974493
Format:
Pbk 544 pages
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This is a core text for courses across mental health service disciplines, including counselling, social work, psychology, public health, and nursing. It was developed by the author for her course in counselling services and administration as a response to her frustration for a comprehensive book that takes students through all the necessary components involved in developing a mental health community program (such as reducing teen pregnancy, increasing access for minorities, health promotion and prevention). This book is unique in its coverage of all the main areas required to plan and implement a community program, but it goes a step further by including important information on sustaining the program, budgeting, funding, community resource development, and fully implementing the program. In addition, the author has developed a number of tools that aid the student in developing a community program (usually a required class project) including exercises to help with needs assessment and planning, as well as exercises and quizzes, which will be included in a cd with the book.

The book presents the author's 13-step model that guides a student through the entire process of planning and developing a mental health community program.

1. Overview: Comprehensive Program Development in the Mental Health Professions PART I: PROGRAM PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION 2. Establish the Need for Programming: Developing the Rationale 3. Establishing a Research-Basis in Program Design 4. Addressing Cultural Identity Issues in Program Design 5. Design the Clinical Program 6. Develop the Organizational Staffing Structure 7. Community Resource Development: Identify and Engage Community Resources 8. Identify and Evaluate Potential Funding Sources 9. Develop the Financial Management Plan 10. Proposal Development PART II: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY 11. Implement the Program 12. Evaluate the Program 13. Community Resource Preservation: Build and Preserve Relationships 14. Develop an Advocacy Plan 15. Develop a Data Reporting Plan 16. Attain Program and Organizational Accreditation 17. Putting it all Together: Comprehensive Program Development in the 21st Century

Nancy G. Calley, Ph.D., LPC is associate professor and chair of the Department of Counseling and Addiction Studies at the University of Detroit Mercy. She is also the clinical director of Spectrum Human Services, Inc. and Affiliated Companies. She has worked in the mental health and human services field for more than 2 decades primarily in the areas of juvenile justice, child welfare, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and traumatic brain injury. She has developed several clinically-based programs and has published numerous articles on program development and juvenile sex offenders, as well as other areas. She continues to be highly active in comprehensive program development efforts today.