Toolkits on Juvenile Justice Logic Model and Sustainability

The National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center has produced three toolkits for juvenile justice practitioners, service providers and grant makers:

Logic Model Toolkit
This toolkit discusses the basics of logic models, including the purpose and development of a logic model, what elements should and should not be included, and common pitfalls. The resource includes a checklist and three templates.

Sustainability Toolkit For Service Providers
This resource was designed to assist agencies and organization providing direct services to youth or operating one or more components of the juvenile justice system. Topics include program design; data collection, analysis, and reporting; organizational capacity; and community support and marketing.

Sustainability Toolkit For Grantors
This toolkit outlines important components of sustainability for funding agencies and organizations. Topics include data collection and performance measurement, minimizing the burden on grantees, training and technical assistance, and organizational capacity and collaboration.

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