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Summative and Formative Program Evaluation 1 Unsatisfactory 0.00% 2 Less Than Satisfactory 74.00% 3 Satisfactory 79.00% 4 Good 87.00% 5 Excellent 100.00% 70.0 %Content 15.0 % Description of the Best Applications for Summative and Formative Program Evaluation A description of the best applications for summative and formative program evaluation is either missing or not evident to the reader. A description of the best applications for summative and formative program evaluation is present, but incomplete or inaccurate. A description of the best applications for summative and formative program evaluation is present but cursory. The research used for support is outdated. A description of the best applications for summative and formative program evaluation is present and thorough. The description is moderately well supported though some sources of support are outdated. A description of the best applications for summative and formative program evaluation is present, thorough, and well-detailed. The description is well supported with current and/or seminal research. 25.0 % Identi±cation and Defense of the Program Evaluation Type that Best Aligns to the Selected Example Organization An identiFcation and defense of the program evaluation type that best aligns to the selected example organization is either missing or not evident to the reader. An identiFcation and defense of the program evaluation type that best aligns to the selected example organization is present, but incomplete, illogical, or inaccurate. An identiFcation and defense of the program evaluation type that best aligns to the selected example organization is present, but cursory. The research used for support is outdated. An identiFcation and defense of the program evaluation type that best aligns to the selected example organization is present, logical, and thorough. The statement is moderately well supported though some sources of support are outdated. An identiFcation and defense of the program evaluation type that best aligns to the selected example organization is present, logical, thorough, and well-detailed. The statement is well supported with current and/or seminal research. 25.0 % Discussion of the Theory and Process Involved in Developing the Strategies to Implement the Evaluation A discussion of the theory and process involved in developing the strategies to implement the evaluation is either missing or not evident to the reader. A discussion of the theory and process involved in developing the strategies to implement the evaluation is present, but incomplete or inaccurate. A discussion of the theory and process involved in developing the strategies to implement the evaluation is present, but cursory. The research used for support is outdated. A discussion of the theory and process involved in developing the strategies to implement the evaluation is present and thorough. The discussion is moderately well supported though some sources of support are outdated. A discussion of the theory and process involved in developing the strategies to implement the evaluation is present, thorough, and well-detailed. The discussion is well supported with current and/or seminal research. 5.0 % Two Additional Scholarly Research None of the required elements (two topic-related Not all required elements are present. One or more of the All required elements are present. Scholarly research sources All required elements are present. Scholarly All required elements are present. Scholarly research sources
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Summative and Formative Program Evaluation Max Points: 190 Details: The purpose in conducting program evaluations is to demonstrate benefts o±ered by programs. Program evaluations consist o² either summative or ²ormative types. Whereas summative evaluations assess a program's operations and use²ulness, ²ormative evaluations explain the ways in which a program operates to improve the way in which it ²unctions. In this assignment, you will write a paper in which you discuss the summative and ²ormative types o² evaluation and their appropriate applications to organizations. General Requirements: Use the ²ollowing in²ormation to ensure success²ul completion o² the assignment: Re²er to the mission statement and program description ²rom the existing organization that you used in the Module 2 assignment. Use these documents as examples ²or this assignment as well. Instructors will be using a grading rubric to grade the assignments. It is recommended that learners review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment in order to become ²amiliar with the assignment criteria and expectations ²or success²ul completion o² the assignment. Doctoral learners are required to use APA style ²or their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center. This assignment requires that at least two additional scholarly research sources related to this topic, and at least one in-text citation ²rom each source be included. Directions: Write a paper o² 1,000-1,250 words in which you discuss summative and ²ormative types o² program evaluation. Do the ²ollowing in your paper: 1. Provide a research-based description o² the purposes, audience members, types o² in²ormation, and data collection sources ²or which summative and ²ormative program evaluations are best suited. 2. Identi²y and de²end the type o² program evaluation that would best align with and assess the per²ormance o² the organization you re²erenced in the Module 2 assignment. Include specifc examples ²rom the organization's mission statement and program description. 3. Discuss the theory and process involved in developing the methodological strategies ²or implementing this evaluation.
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The Brien Center for Mental Health and Substance Services Who We Are MISSION AND VISION The Brien Center for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is a community-based, non-profit  agency with a 90 plus year history of providing a continuum of care for children, adolescents, adults and  families who suffer from serious and persistent behavioral health disorders. We are guided by the belief  that everyone in Berkshire County benefits when people are mentally, physically and emotionally healthy. REACH Every day, The Brien Center finds innovative ways to reach, engage and serve Berkshire County  residents so they may benefit from the many excellent programs and services our agency provides. Our  service grows: last year, we served 10,000 people, including 4,000 children. ACCESS AND AFFORDABILITY Our professional staff work tirelessly to ensure all Berkshire County residents have access to the high- quality, affordable behavioral health services they need—when they need them, where they need them — right here in our community. We provide care without regard to age, race, culture, intellect, socioeconomic status, or insurance status in a manner that supports every person’s ability to live, work and participate in  community life. CLINICAL EXCELLENCE Our comprehensive, integrated treatment methods are based on a sound clinical foundation of advanced, evidence-based practices that incorporate the whole person—including their voice, their preferences, and  their personal support network—throughout the process. PHILOSOPHY Our treatment philosophy is based on a comprehensive care model that incorporates recovery, resiliency, and rehabilitation principles; promotes individual and family choice; is evidence based; and utilizes family, team, and natural supports that promote stabilization, recovery and wellness within the person’s  community setting whenever possible. Our utmost priority is keeping people safe and supporting their  choices and their voices throughout their treatment and recovery. ORGANIZATION Organizational Structure
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The Brien Center is led by a Board of Directors representing the populations and communities of  Berkshire County. Officers are elected each year from among the members of the Board and by the  Board at the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors held in September. The Board meets seven times  per year. For more information on the Board of Directors, board meetings, or other board-related matters,  please call our Administrative Offices at 413-499-0412. Board of Directors Richard Lombardi, President Paul Marchetti, First Vice President and Treasurer Linda Febles, Second Vice President Kaitlyn King, Clerk Christa Ames George Membrino Thomas Stokes Dr. Robert Tabakin Michelle Whalley Our Divisions The Brien Center is organized around four service divisions: Acute Care Services Adult and Family Services Child and Adolescent Services Community Services Each division is directed by a two-person team comprised of a Division Director and a Medical Director  who specialize in the division’s area of focus. Psychiatric/Medical Team The Brien Center’s Medical Team is comprised of board certified psychiatrists, clinical nurse specialists, a physician assistant, registered nurses, and medical assistants. As members of the Brien Center’s  multidisciplinary teams, the medical staff provides comprehensive, fully integrated psychiatric services.  Brien Center physicians and nurses offer treatment coordination with the client’s family and primary care  provider. The Brien Center Medical Staff services include: o Psychiatric assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning o Evidenced based treatment of general psychiatric disorders, co-occurring disorders and  substance use disorders
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