Evaluation Services research staff have taken part in community and legislative program evaluation projects such as Consumer Operated Service Program evaluation, Old Pueblo Community Services Street to Home Supportive Housing Evaluation, Terros Bridging the Gap Offender Reentry program evaluation, Native American Connections TREE grant program evaluation, Arizona legislative study committee in Incompetent, Non-Restorable, Dangerous Defendants (INDD) study.
The Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy collaborates with community agencies to provide evaluation services. Some of our current and past projects include:
- Old Pueblo Community Services: Street to Home supportive housing program evaluation
- Native American Connections: TREE program evaluation
- CHEEERS Recovery Center & Stand Together and Recover Centers, Inc.: Consumer Operated Service Program Evaluation
- Chandler Fire and Medical: Crisis Support Training curriculum development and training evaluation
- Terros: Bridging the Gap Offender Reentry program evaluation
- Arizona legislative study committee in Incompetent, Non-Restorable, Dangerous Defendants (INDD) study.
We also provide technical assistance and training in the following areas:
- Needs assessments and problem identification
- Planning for goals, strategies and outcomes
- Design and execution of an evaluation plan
- Design of measurement instruments
- Report writing on primary or secondary data
- Evaluation proposal development
Nicole Janich, MSW, PhD
Research Specialist Sr.
Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy
p: 602-496-0149 e: firstname.lastname@example.org