How to Develop an Effective Program Logic Model

This two-part webinar series outlines the development of a logic model that describes your program and guides its evaluation. Participants who have attended the webinar or watched the recording are also eligible to access individualized technical assistance from a South Southwest PTTC evaluator to update their program's logic model. This series is tailor-made for prevention practitioners and community stakeholders in the early stages of developing a logic model and those needing to update their program's logic model.

Developing a Logic Model Technical Assistance Opportunity

If you have watched the recordings (see Logic Model Part 1 and 2 below) or participated in the logic model series, you are eligible to apply for five hours of intensive TA with an evaluator on developing a logic model for those providing services in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Please review the eligibility requirements this application by July 31, 2022, to receive technical assistance. Please begin working on the logic model template and upload it to your application for consideration.

How to Develop an Effective Program Logic Model Part 1 Materials and Recording

The first webinar provides an overview of logic models and describes the steps to creating one for a prevention program.

How to Develop an Effective Program Logic Model Part 2 Learning Lab Materials and Recording

The second webinar gives participants an opportunity to apply learning from the first webinar to craft a logic model using a case study.