Implementation Action Plan and Evaluation Strategy for Substance Abuse Prevention Program
Application Analysis: Implement & Evaluate
Throughout this course, you will utilize the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) model to develop a program addressing some aspect of substance abuse prevention.
|Week 2||Assess Needs||COMPLETED|
|Week 3||Build Capacity||COMPLETED|
|Week 4||Plan: Review Similar Strategies||COMPLETED|
|Week 5||Plan: Examine Literature||COMPLETED|
|Week 6||Plan: Create Plan||COMPLETED|
|Week 7||Implement & Evaluate||Create action plan and evaluation strategy|
|Week 8||Prevention Program Proposal||Comprehensive proposal|
This week, you task is create an implementation action plan and evaluation strategy for your target prevention program. Review The Strategic Prevention Framework.
Create an implementation action plan:
An action plan is a written document that lays out exactly how you will implement the selected program or practice. It describes what you expect to accomplish, the specific steps you will take to get there, and who will be responsible for doing what. It also includes a timeline. Action plans help to ensure that everyone involved in the prevention effort is on the same page.
In addition, draft a proposed evaluation plan for your target prevention program that highlights how you will know if your prevention plan is effective. Include a brief discussion of potential outcome measures and how data may be collected to gauge impact and effectiveness.
- Length: 1300 words (not including title or reference page)
- References: provide the APA style reference list for any supporting citations