Bignell wk1 d7 PEACE - Running head: PROGRAM PLANNING &...

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1 Tracy Lynn Bignell HSM270 August 28, 2011 Shelley Johnson-Gildwarg
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2 Program Planning & Program Evaluation; PEACE Domestic Violence Agency The PEACE Domestic Violence program strides to help the public through education. In order to do this the program needs to be developed. The process of developing a program should include program evaluation. The determination of staff and funding is vital to the programs. It is also important to look at the area that is in need of the help, the benefits that arise from the program, and the outcome the program strides to accomplish. The process of planning and developing a program can be tied together to simplify the whole process. The outcome of the program is what is needed to help determine additional funding. Different activities are supported and implemented with the PEACE Domestic Violence program. To educate the public is to help them. This process of education takes funding that we will need to keep this program available to the public. Program evaluation is to improve the model program in order to make necessary
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course FINAL SCI230 taught by Professor Paige during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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