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Narrated Presentations

Tampa, FL

Technical Assistance for Theory of Change Logic Model Development
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USF Logic Model Team: Expressing Your Ideas: Using a Logic Model to Create System Change
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Rochester, NY

Monroe County ACCESS Logic Model
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Worcester, MA

Crafting Community Created Systems of Care Strategies: Applying a Theory of Change Approach to Support Implementation, Evaluation, and Strategic Planning
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Orlando, FL

Harbor House of Central Florida
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Placer County, CA

Placer County SMART Children’s System of Care
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Buffalo, NY

Using a Logic Model as a Tool to Apply a Theory of Change Approach to Support Implementation, Evaluation and Strategic Planning
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Lewiston, ME

Thrive Community Youth Logic Model: Working Together for a Brighter Tomorrow
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Lansing, MI

Ingham County System of Care Initiative
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Phoenix, AZ

Arizona's System of Care for Children
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Richmond, KY

Kentucky's System to Enhance Early Development (KY SEED)
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Featured Logic Models by Topical Areas

Our team has worked with many communities to craft logic models that reflect their unique contexts and theories of change. During their system of care funding cycles, the communities listed below developed exemplary logic models that demonstrate key components of planning for sustainability.

Access to Services/Family Driven

Disparities

Early Childhood

Juvenile Justice/Court Involved Youth

Multi-Agency Involvement

Reduction of Out-of-home Placement

Rural Communities

School-based/PBIS

Substance Abuse

Trauma

Workforce Training