This handbook provides guidance to practitioners and organizations interested in evaluating mental health prevention and early intervention programs.
Table of Contents
Basic Steps in Choosing an Evaluation Design
Evaluating Training and Educational Interventions
Development and Dissemination of Informational Resources
Networks and Collaborations
Social Marketing Campaigns
Screening and Referral Services
Counseling and Support
Early Intervention Clinical Services
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