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Research & Policy

Community Assessment

Best practices
Robert and Kay, Inc.

Building communities from the inside out: A path toward finding and mobilizing a community's assets
John P. Kretzmann and John L. McKnight

Maine youth study circles: Program evaluation
Bruce Clary, Ruth Ralph, Johanna Infantine and Stephanie Netto

Measurements in prevention: A manual on selecting and using instruments to evaluate prevention programs
Karol L. Kumpfer, Gail H. Shur, James G. Ross, Kate K. Bunnell, John J. Librett and Allison R. Millward

Prevention plus III: Assessing alcohol and other drug prevention programs at the school and community level: A four step guide to useful program assessment
Jean Ann Linney and Abraham Wandersman


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