Programming Planning and Grant Proposal Writing in Human Services
June 16, 2013
Throughout this paper will be discussing the PEACE Domestic Violence Agency explaining the program planning and the evaluation, describing how the two components are interrelation and identifying the technical and political aspects of both programs. The PEACE’s mission is to reduce victim trauma, empower survivors, and promote recovery through direct services. PEACE is committed to reducing the incidence of sexual assault and domestic violence through education and strives to challenge societal norms and beliefs that condone and perpetuate violence in the community. The city of Portland is similar to many other communities in the country. As a large metropolitan city the region has experienced increasing reports of domestic and youth violence, spousal and child abuse, assault, and road rage over the last five years.
The PEACE Domestic Violence Agency program focus is to determine target population services, which is most often change-oriented and time limited. The evaluation of the PEACE program involves reviewing and enhancing the implementation and outcomes of a service or program. For instance, the national foundation funding program supports families striving to fulfill objectives such as, promote young men, women, and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence, and to reduce the prevalence of domestic violence through increased service provision, education, and awareness. The evaluation of the program includes improving the quality of life of families with a member or members in through the provision of services responsive to their needs. Also, provides young people who are or have been involved with the criminal justice system with a rehabilitation program designed to obtain the skills, confidence, and personal support networks to enable them to lead...
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