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Selective Intervention Working Group : Considerations for the Logic Model. Reporting to the Plenary Session of the VII Meeting of the CICAD Expert Group on Demand Reduction Ottawa, Sept. 14, 2005. Program Overview: Psychosocial Intervention for High-Risk Youth.

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selective intervention working group considerations for the logic model

Selective Intervention Working Group:Considerations for the Logic Model

Reporting to the Plenary Session of the VII Meeting of the CICAD Expert Group on Demand Reduction

Ottawa, Sept. 14, 2005

program overview psychosocial intervention for high risk youth
Program Overview: Psychosocial Intervention for High-Risk Youth

Objectives: Prevent and address drug use and related human development for high-risk and vulnerable youth

Theoretical bases: Resilience, Competencies, Empowerment

Settings: The street, schools and alternative educational settings, outpatient clinics and other facilities, family residence, community spaces, key workplace locations, key recreation or peer gathering locations for targeted youth

Involves: Street educators, clinical team, academic educators, social workers, skills trainers

considerations for activities outputs
Outreach

Assessment and referral

Family and individual counseling

Drug education and life skills training

Job training

Informal ed./literacy

Alternative activities

Whether nature of referrals belongs within the substance abuse logic model, if these are services beyond the implementer’s control

Issue of sensitization activities

Considerations for Activities Outputs
considerations for program reach
Considerations for Program Reach
  • Includes family members of targeted individuals