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Drawing upon the wisdom of experts in the field, this reader-friendly volume explores both foundational competencies and the technical how-to skills needed for engaging in community psychology practice. Each chapter explores a core competency and its application in preventing or amending community problems and issues. With case examples throughout, this text offers a practical introduction to community outreach and intervention in community psychology.

Chapter 11: Planning, Implementing, and Developing Evidence-Based Interventions in the Context of Federally Funded Programs

Planning, Implementing, and Developing Evidence-Based Interventions in the Context of Federally Funded Programs
Planning, implementing, and developing evidence-based interventions in the context of federally funded programs
Richard A. Jenkins

The author wishes to thank Augie Diana, Belinda Sims, and Lori Ducharme for their helpful input regarding considerations for the funding and implementation of substance use prevention programs. Harold Perl, Wilson Compton, Gaya Dowling, Jack Stein, and the editors provided helpful editorial comments for this chapter.

Disclaimer: The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, or the U.S. government.

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