Prevention Resource Center FY12 Performance Measures Definitions Documentation, Reporting, and Contract Requirements. Janie G. Dykes, BS, ACPS. FY12 Fall Substance Abuse Prevention Meeting September 27, 2011 Austin, Texas. Introduction.
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Prevention Resource Center FY12 Performance Measures Definitions Documentation, Reporting, and Contract Requirements
Janie G. Dykes, BS, ACPS
FY12 Fall Substance Abuse Prevention Meeting
September 27, 2011
# of new written community agreements
# of renewed written community agreements
# of media contacts
# media awareness activities
# of retailers contacted to comply with Texas Tobacco Laws
# of youth/adults attending minors and tobacco presentations
# of prevention presentations that include minors and tobacco info
# of media contacts concerning minors & tobaccoFY 12 PRC Key Measures
d) Document the # of individuals receiving written information/literature.
e) For presentations, documentation shall include:
Note: Include copy of the “no use” message, article or story submitted for broadcast or publication.
Written agreements are to be renewed annually and include the following:
1) names of the providers entering into the agreement;
2) services or activities each provider will provide;
3) signatures of authorized representatives; and
4) begin and end date of agreement.
Report four presentations that included minors and tobacco information in September.
If the same youth/adult attends four different minors and tobacco presentations, you can report that youth/adult four times that month.
e) Documentation of minors and tobacco presentations shall include:
2. Mode, time, and location of delivery
f) The program shall document the number of persons receiving written information/literature
g) For presentations, documentation should include: