What is a Theory of Change?

Beliefs that agencies, planners, and implementers have about:

What is a Logic Model?

Are there Examples?

View narrated logic models by site directors and others involved in system development. Key components of planning for sustainability are demonstrated

Logic Model Development

The USF Logic Model Team provides assistance to community teams as they map out their desired system change, plan how to accomplish that change, and generate shared responsibility for the results. This process is called a "theory of change" and the tool to complete the process a "logic model." Visit the links below to learn more about the logic model development process.

Ingredients for Creating and Sustaining Human Services

System Implementation Site-Based Reports are based on findings from RTC Study 2: Case Studies of System Implementation. The reports describe system specific efforts to leverage change in established system of care communities.

Implementation Issues Briefs are based on findings from Case Studies of System Implementation and provide readers with a summary of lessons learned from established system of care communities.

Creating a Front Porch: Strategies for Improving Access to Mental Health Services focuses on key practices reported to increase accessibility of mental health services for underserved populations.

Monograph: Ideas Into Action provides a straightforward method that system stakeholders can use to turn their ideas into tangible action-oriented strategies for achieving their goals for system development. (Espanol)

Narrations or pdfs of featured logic models by site directors and others involved in system development demonstrate key components of planning for sustainability.

Recommended Reading of outstanding literature gathered regarding many aspects of logic model development and implementation.