Early in the process of compiling resources for this project, I came across The Finance Project. And I read their mission statement:
 
To support decision-making that produces and sustains good results for children, families, and communities. The Finance Project develops and disseminates research, information, tools, and technical assistance for improved polices, programs, and financing strategies.  
 

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Over at the Community Driven Institute website, you'll find an interesting article, Building & Sustaining Strong, Engaged Programs. The author looks at how we build sustainable programs, and emphasizes shifting the focus away from the traditional financial-centric approach and focusing instead on infrastructure and community benefit.

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I'm teaching a SANE course this week in Peoria, IL (which, as it turns out. is harder to get to than Italy). In preparing for the week, I decided to catalog and upload all of my supplemental materials for easy access. So over at the forensic healthcare blog, you can now find a page that has all of these materials in one place. They're categorized and linked to either full text (where readily available), abstracts or websites.

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Evaluating your program can be daunting. It's an overwhelming concept for many, and just knowing how and where to start is challenging. But there are many good resources out there to make evaluation a bit less intimidating, so today's post will introduce a few of those.

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One of the things I really look forward to getting delivered every month is Andy Goodman's newsletter free-range thinking. It's aimed at "public interest communicators who want to reach more people for more impact."  He's a huge proponent of storytelling as a means to communicating your message and this month he has an article (PDF) that takes that idea one step further.

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If you haven't had the opportunity to range around on the Sustainability TA pages of this site, one of the items I'd like to direct your attention to is the list of seminal literature for SANEs and SANE programs. Many of the articles and reports on this list are full-text and available for download.
 

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