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From the Publisher"Evaluation of Peer and Prevention Programs is an excellent resource for all peer helping professionals. Black, Foster, and Tindall are pioneers in the field and this work reflects their vast experience and knowledge of evaluation." - Scott M. Butler, PhD, Assistant Professor of Community Health, Georgia College & State University
"These experienced peer professionals have captured the essence of evaluation techniques and deciphered them into a language the laity (non-evaluators) can use. Their gift of explaining theoretical constructs into everyday language will do much to further the field of peer helping and prevention." - Marilyn Bader, LHD, Senior Prevention Training Coordinator, National Counseling on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse – St. Louis Area
"These giants in the peer programs field have made effective evaluation of both established and beginning programs understandable, systematic, and accessible. This book is the most useful guide I have ever seen to walk peer program professionals through the necessary steps for credible and thorough program evaluation design." - Sue Routson, MS, CPPE, CTC, Author and Director of Peer Information Center for Teens, Inc.
"This book eliminates the mystery surrounding evaluation and illuminates the steps in the development of a comprehensive evaluation process. Throughout, copious strategies are provided to address the complex challenges facing evaluation teams." - Roselind Gullo Bogner, PhD, LMHC, CPPE, Associate Professor, College of Education, Niagara University