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survey is expected to be completed by each Fellow during their master’s level education and again at six months following graduation. Additionally, grantees will be expected to complete a similar survey. 9
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Performance data will be reported to the public, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Congress as part of SAMHSA’s budget request. Data collected by grantees will be used to demonstrate how SAMHSA’s grant programs are reducing behavioral health disparities nationwide. 2.3 Local Performance Assessment Grantees must periodically review the performance data they report to SAMHSA (as required above) and assess their progress and use this information to improve management of their grant projects. The assessment should be designed to help you determine whether you are achieving the goals, objectives and outcomes you intend to achieve and whether adjustments need to be made to your project. Performance assessments should be used also to determine whether your project is having/will have the intended impact on behavioral health disparities. You will be required to report on your progress achieved, barriers encountered, and efforts to overcome these barriers in a performance assessment report to be submitted at least annually. At a minimum, your performance assessment should include the required performance measures identified above. You may also consider outcome and process questions, such as the following: Outcome Questions: What were the effects of the training program on the professional career development of individual NITT-MFP-AC Fellows? (e.g., direct service, supervision, administration, teaching, research, etc.) What program/contextual/cultural/linguistic factors were associated with outcomes? What individual factors were associated with outcomes, including race/ethnicity/sexual orientation/gender identity? How durable were the effects? Process Questions: How closely did implementation match the plan? What types of changes were made to the originally proposed plan? What types of changes were made to address behavioral health disparities, including the use of National CLAS Standards? What led to the changes in the original plan? What effect did the changes have on the planned intervention and performance assessment? 10
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Who provided (program staff) what services (modality, type, intensity, duration), to whom (individual characteristics), in what context (system, community), and at what cost (facilities, personnel, dollars)? No more than 20 percent of the total grant award may be used for data collection, performance measurement, and performance assessment, e.g., activities required in Sections I-2.2 and 2.3 above. 2.4 Grantee Meetings Grantees must plan to send a minimum of two people (including the Project Director) to at least one joint grantee meeting every other year of the grant. You must include a detailed budget and narrative for this travel in your budget. At these meetings, grantees will present the results of their projects and federal staff will provide technical assistance.
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