When an organization starts to make decision about the programs it will offer they have to start thinking about the processes and outcomes they want to use and achieve through their program. They need to find the best ways to run their program that follows their mission and produces outcomes that help support that same mission. Process and outcome evaluations in a human service setting help the organization to better understand the outcomes of their programs and the processes in which the outcomes came. (Yuen, Terao, 2003) This paper will walk you through an explanation and outline of a process and outcome evaluation plan for the PEACE Domestic Violence Agency. This process and outcome evaluation plan would be helpful in the organizations future ventures into program planning and writing of grant proposals.
According to Yuen and Terao: “The objectives of the evaluation plan are: (a) to document and monitor the implementation of the proposed interventions and activities, and (b) to provide data to assess the outcome and general impact of the proposed project. All results from the evaluation will supply information for enhanced understanding of the three key questions for the proposed program: 1.
Can a comprehensive and culturally competent project that addresses the multiple needs of participants lead to the reduction of domestic violence? What if any effect does alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) have on domestic violence? 2.
What is the relationship between ATOD and domestic violence? What else has a relationship with domestic violence? 3.
Can this proposed model be replicated elsewhere?
(Yuen, Terao, 2003)
An evaluation plan for the PEACE Domestic Violence Agency in the form of process and outcome evaluation would be something like this:
Program Planning and Development:
The evaluation team for PEACE will collect agendas of...
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