Here are 3 solicitations from the DOJ that may interest you
Justice Accountability Initiative (JAI): Pilot Projects Using Data-driven Systems To Reduce Crime and Recidivism https://www.bja.gov/JAI18 Applications Due: July 30, 2018
Justice Accountability Initiative: National Training and Technical Assistance to support pilot projects using data-driven systems to reduce crime and recidivism https://www.bja.gov/JAITTA18 Applications Due: July 30, 2018
Supporting Innovation: Field-Initiated Programs to Improve Officer and Public Safety https://www.bja.gov/Field18 Applications Due: July 30, 2018
This is a FREE Training Web Class. There Are No Costs, But Seats Are Very Limited. PICK YOUR DATE FROM BELOW OPTIONS
What You'll Learn...
Get clear on what it means to be evidence-based, and how you can become one,
You will learn to meet key requirement funders and stakeholders have that's likely to jeopardize your future funding streams if not addressed now, and
The approach YOU too can use to become evidence-based even if YOU don't have funding!
* This program is taught by David Myers, Professor and Ph.D Program Director, University Of New Haven. Dr. Myers also wrote the book, "Becoming An Evidence-Based Organization: Demonstrating Leadership & Organizational Growth", published by Joyfields Institute.
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Who Should Attend?
All management, leadership, coordinators of evidence-based initiatives, EB program managers, operations management teams and other personnel responsible for quality and performance management.
Once you are registered, you will be sent details for accessing the webinar. In the event you are unable to attend the live event, you will be given access to view the recorded version following the live program
SAMHSA is accepting applications for the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Grant Program totaling up to $23.4 million over the next 5 years. The purpose of this program is to improve outcomes for young children by developing, maintaining, or enhancing infant and early childhood mental health promotion, intervention, and treatment services. SAMHSA expects to fund up to 9 grantees with up to $500,000 per year for up to 5 years.
Second Chance Act in Action: A Case Study of Evidence-Based Approaches and a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership
David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven Daniel R.…Read More
This issue of EBP Quarterly presents a second-year implementation and evaluation report for the Somerset County Day Reporting Center. This report, and the corresponding appendices, present a case study of an SCA funded initiative that is utilizing various evidence-based approaches and evaluating process and behavioral outcomes through a researcher-practitioner partnership. This report illustrates many of the key findings uncovered in larger-scale SCA research, but also provides practical examples of program policies and procedures, strategic and action planning, organizational assessment, use of motivational interviewing, monitoring implementation, and assessing program performance. The importance of prior research findings, collaborative leadership, program fidelity, and data-driven decision-making also is presented in this report.
We hope you find this report and the corresponding documents useful as you consider the use of evidence-based approaches in your own agency.
The EBP Quarterly is a non-peer-reviewed online publication of EBP Society, the Society for Evidence-Based Professionals. Published online four (4) times a year, it includes the following types of scholarship:
Original essays and research notes on evidence-based approaches and organizational development. Scholarship from both researchers and practitioners is encouraged.
Reviews of recently published research on any aspect of the evidence-based movement, including (but not limited to): a. risk and needs assessment, b. strategic planning and performance measurement, c. policy analysis and program evaluation, d. organizational leadership, e. organizational culture, f. internal and external collaboration, and g. capacity-building and sustainability.
Reviews of recently published books on any aspect of the evidence-based movement.
Reviews of recently enacted public policy and/or funding opportunities relevant to the evidence-based movement.
Editor: David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven