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A GPS for Prevention: Creating & Using Logic Models for Program Planning and Evaluation
Prevention Peer Network

Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceAugust 15, 2019
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Logic models are a useful way to visually portray the roadmap of your prevention efforts. In the process of creating a logic model you clarify where you are going, what you need to get there, and what you expect to accomplish along the way. Additionally a logic model can help you focus your implementation and evaluation planning and help you make mid-course adjustments.

This action-oriented webinar will familiarize you with the purpose and use of logic models as well as provide an opportunity to begin building one for your current or anticipated program or prevention effort. Additionally, we will discuss ways to map out the multiple strategies being carried out by your organization’s comprehensive prevention programming.

To get the most out of this webinar we encourage entire prevention teams to participate, being prepared to identify and map the outcomes you hope to achieve with your prevention efforts. If you have a Scope of Work, Theory of Change, or any other item that helps guide your efforts, we recommend you have it handy. The goal is to walk away from the webinar with a starting place! Perhaps even a fully functional logic model!



Pat Reyes, with Strategic Prevention Solutions and IPV Prevention Statewide Evaluator

Patricia Reyes, M.P.H., is a Senior Research Associate at Strategic Prevention Solutions, a research firm specializing in intimate partner and sexual violence prevention and services evaluation, bullying and violence prevention in schools, and substance abuse prevention and treatment. Pat resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and brings over twenty-five years of experience evaluating a range of risk reduction and asset building efforts. Working with programs to improve delivery of services through intentional data-to-action is a key area of concentration. Pat brings to her work the perspective that evaluation is a tool for both making decisions and achieving excellence. She embraces a utilization-focused and participatory philosophy of evaluation planning, implementation, and reporting of findings.

For the past five years Pat has been the evaluator for two CDC-funded violence prevention projects awarded to the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. She is also a member of the Strategic Prevention Solutions team currently evaluating the Blue Shield of California Foundation’s initiative to foster collaborative efforts in communities to prevent IPV.


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If you have additional questions regarding the webinar, please contact Miranda Stiers, Capacity-Building Program Specialist