Planning, Funding, and Implementing a Child Abuse Prevention ProjectBy:
Rebekah L. Dorman
Douglas J. Moore
Field-tested in 80 child abuse prevention projects throughout the state of Ohio, this manual offers step-by-step instruction in turning the abstract notion of prevention into a blueprint for action. Readers will find information on the "nitty-gritty" of project design and implementation, including staff and project management, funding sources, and cultural concerns, as well as full coverage of child abuse prevention issues.
Selected Contents: What is Child Abuse Prevention; Multicultural Competence: Communicating Effectively; Determining Community Needs; Designing a Child Abuse Prevention Project; Project Funding; Implementing a Project; Project Evaluation; Appendices.
CWLA Stock Number: 5622
Publication Date: 1998