"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