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2019 Got Outcomes! Best Practices for Evaluation

Tuesday, February 4, 2020
1:45 PM
3:00 PM
Chesapeake J-L

Description

Got Outcomes! was created 15 years ago as a way to both reward coalitions for their evaluation work and to help coalitions nationwide learn from these best practices. It was recently restructured to align closely to the training provided to coalitions through the National Coalition Academy (NCA). The award categories, short, intermediate, and long-term outcomes are now renamed to Coalition of Focus, Coalition of Excellent, and Coalition of the Year, respectively. The 2019 winners are Riverhead Community Coalition for Safe and Drug-Free Youth (Coalition of the Year), Drug Free Fayette (Coalition of Excellence), and Noble SWAT DFC (Coalition in Focus). These Got Outcomes! winners will speak to their successful evaluation work and share steps that brought them to present at this year’s National Leadership Forum.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: 

1) Learn about some of the key processes, strategies and characteristics of these coalitions that they believe contributed most significantly to their success.

2) Receive specific tips, tools and/or lessons learned that will inform and improve their own coalition work.

3) Engage in a question and answer session with the coalitions.

4) Learn more about CADCA's GOT Outcomes! award application process. 

30th Annual National Leadership Forum & SAMHSA's 16th Prevention Day

Presenters

Katrina McCarthy, MPH, CHES
Evaluation & Research Associate
CADCA
Felicia Scocozza, LMSW
Executive Director
Riverhead Community Awareness Program, Inc. (CAP)
Michael Mumper
Program Coordinator
Drug Free Fayette/Fayette FACTOR
Charlene M. Shreder, MPS, ICPS
Director - DFC
University of Oklahoma Southwest Prevention Center
Colton Snead, MHR, CPS
DFC Coordinator
University of Oklahoma Southwest Prevention Center