Addiction and Substance Abuse Program Evaluation

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ALIGN Resources ALIGN Resources

The Alberta ALIGN Association of Community Services actively supports members in their evaluation and outcomes initiatives - take a look through our resources!

ALIGN/Ministry OBSD Newsletter
ALIGN Journals
ALIGN Presentation and Training Resources
ALIGN Collaborative Documents and Initiatives
ALIGN Reports - Includes Annual Member Surveys - Stats and Data

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

Prevention Evaluation
All youth substance use prevention initiatives and campaigns should be evidence-informed, tailored to specific audiences and assessed for effectiveness. Resources presented have been developed by CCSA to assist substance use prevention workers in assessing and evaluating initiatives and campaigns.

ccsme ccsme

Agency Program Tools (http://www.ccsme.org/info.php?id=147)

DDCAT - Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment Index
DDCMHT - Dual Diagnosis in Mental Health Treatment

Evaluation of FASD Prevention Evaluation of FASD Prevention

Evaluation of FASD Prevention and FASD Support Programs
This website compiles evaluation frameworks, methods, tools, and indicators of success to support the work of community-based FASD prevention programs for pregnant women and new mothers, and supportive intervention programs for adults and older youth with FASD.

Johnston Research Johnston Research

The Waawiyeyaa Evaluation Tool – Online Workshop
Enables evaluators to capture a qualitative storyboard utilizing a cultural-based learning video (available for download). The training supports you in experiencing the tool first-hand, learning how to analyze and report on the data and transform the storyboard into a quantitative database file which can track program impacts over time. JRI has utilized this tool to evaluate healing, justice, health, addiction, employment, mental health, education, and cultural teaching programs. The tool’s development conversations were held with Indigenous evaluators, traditional healers, and Indigenous programs; in addition to comparisons to models of Indigenous healing journeys.

In-house Indigenous Evaluation Tool enables evaluators to capture a qualitative storyboard utilizing a cultural-based learning video (available for download). Training supports you in experiencing the tool first-hand, learning how to analyze and report on the data and transform the storyboard into a quantitative database file which can track program impacts over time

Prevention HUB Prevention HUB

Evaluation Tools Mentor
Provides a guide to assist you with evaluation your prevention program. It includes several resources that allow you to introduce or improve your program evaluation. Evaluation is an essential part of drug prevention work, allowing you to assess your impact and improve your funding potential.