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A community- based program enables providers, organizers, designers and evaluators to serve specific communities in their own environment

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A community- based program enables providers, organizers, designers and evaluators to serve specific communities in their own environment. This program design approach depends on the participatory approach of community development often associated with recreators, teacher, social worker, community leaders, medical professionals, etc. From this approach, program designers assess the needs and resources existing within a community, and, involving community stakeholders in the process, attempt to create a sustainable and equitable solution to address the community's needs. Community-based program design often utilizes a range of tools and models which are meant to enhance the efficacy and outcomes of the program's design.

Your proposal is a community-based program that consists of any population and located in any part of the state of (whatever state). You have a total of $250.000 over a 3-year time period.

 

Part l:            Overview of Proposal (one page)

Part II:           Need Statement (At least two-pages identifying and explain the problems and a clear description with statistics).    

Part III:          Program Content and Structure (A good description of the structure of the program)

Part IV:          Project Goals objectives: (Include measureable activities or benchmarks for each one) 

 

Part V:           Project Budget (3 year budget description, include any in-kind and fringe benefits) (Fringe benefits are 25% of salary)

 

Part VI:          Timeframes (3 year plan- month by month planning)

 

Part VII:         Key Personnel and Job Description

 

Part VIII:       Assessment and Evaluation Plans (include in packet)

 

Part VIIII:      Letters of Support (5 letters of support)

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