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Statewide Prevention Capacity Summary - Alaska 2016

This resource will provide you with an example of the scoring summary our team created to explain the capacity to implement, plan, and evaluate primary prevention programming of local domestic violence/sexual assault member agencies. Each year, the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault interviews its member agencies about their prevention programming and resources. In 2015, member agencies were scored according to 5 types of capacity that are needed to implement effective prevention programming in communities. Scores can range from low, medium, and high capacity and are intended to help agencies and funders better understand what is needed. This example report will inform you of our findings from 2015 and provide you with an example of how you might evaluate and report on the prevention capacity of individuals or agencies in your community, Tribe, state, or region.

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