School Violence Prevention and Intervention
Schools and Special Education
Functional Behavioral Assessment
Prevention Strategies that Work
Prevention and Early Intervention
Promising Practice in Children's Mental Health
Strengthening the Safety Net
1. Brief description of program or practice:
2. Focus of program/practice. Which of the following are involved in implementing the program or practice? (Please list all that apply.)
Agencies (e.g., schools, counselors, county mental health)
Organizations (e.g., family organization)
Natural supports (e.g., extended family):
Individual providers (public or private, e.g., clinicians)
Funding sources (e.g., IDEA, Medicaid):
3. How long has the promising program or practice been in operation?
4. Degree of implementation and degree of institutionalization. Please indicate below the extent to which the program or practice has been implemented (i.e., Pervasiveness/penetration of the program or practice) and institutionalized (i.e., internalized/routinized use of program or practice).
5. What are the salient values, philosophies, principles, beliefs, or assumptions underlying the program or practice?
6. What are the key features of the program or practice that make it promising?
7. What contextual factors (i.e., environment in which the program or practice operates) appear to be necessary for its successful operation?
Which of the following principles underlying the National Agenda for Achieving Better Results for Children and Youth With Serious Emotional Disturbance, effective wraparound models, and systems of care, does the program or practice encompass? (Please check all that apply.)
9. Are data available (from site evaluations or from other research or evaluation studies) that support the effectiveness of the program or practice?
10. Any other observations that you think are important. (Use an additional page, if necessary.)
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