The Community Toolbox: Analyzing Community Problems and Designing and Adapting Community Interventions
The Community Toolbox Analyzing Community Problems and Designing and Adapting Community Interventions consist of three chapters (17-19) and two toolkits to support planning and adapting interventions based on the needs of the community.
Promising Practices Network on Children, Families, and Communities
The Promising Practice Network provides information and resources focused on improving outcomes for children. The website features examples of effective programs, along with details on their evaluation methods and implementation.
PerformWell features examples of surveys, indicators, and outcomes related to a variety of subject areas within human services. The site also includes area specific guidance, webinars, and a newsletter focused on helping programs improve their performance.
Model Practices from National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
This NACCHO searchable database features descriptions of how past Model Practice Award winners responded effectively to a public health issue.
National Cancer Institute: Using What Works: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs to Fit Your Needs
The National Cancer Institute offers a five-module course designed to train participants to plan a health program by selecting and adapting a program that has already been shown to be effective.
Community Healthy Improvement Resources
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Community Healthy Improvement Resources (CHIR) is designed to provide evidence-based guidance to organizations and partnerships addressing health issues in communities. The CHIR includes information and tools for creating partnerships, administering need assessments, determining readiness, building capacity, planning interventions, conducting evaluations, and sustaining projects.