Indiana University Bloomington

Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC)

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In-Person Trainings
Two-day Grant Writing and Proposal Development Retreat
Date: February 23rd and 24th
Time: 9am-5pm
Location: Bloomington, IN
Cost: $200
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CEU: 12

The IPRC’s two-day Grant Writing and Proposal Development Retreat is an interactive and advanced grant writing training and technical assistance opportunity designed to provide an environment that offers both training and individual coaching during real practice sessions to enable participants to develop or enhance the skills needed to create a complete, competitive, and compelling grant proposals.
Topics include:

  • techniques for quickly developing key content and overcoming writer’s block;
  • applicant competitiveness through coalition infrastructure, community readiness, mobilization, and stakeholder/sector engagement;
  • comprehensive, data-driven needs assessments that articulate needs and a problem statement;
  • strategy assessment gaps analysis to enhance strategy scope and implementation pre-planning;
  • best practices in environmental strategy selection and implementation within the context of the Strategic Prevention Framework;
  • populating a logic model, outcome statements, objectives, action plan, and strategic plan;
  • evaluation dissemination plan and effective outcomes reporting on a grant's progress, outcomes, and impact;
  • budget rationale, analysis of cost flow and how to identify and calculate local matching funds;
  • cultural competence, inclusivity, and addressing the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS).
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Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training
March 1-4, 2016 9am - 5pm
Indiana Government Center, Indianapolis IN
CEU: 33

The SAPST is an innovative, interactive curriculum and training that offers practitioners a comprehensive introduction to the substance abuse prevention field. Grounded in current research and SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF), the SAPST is designed to help practitioners develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement effective, data-driven prevention.
Using case scenarios, participants will work through each of the SPF steps - assessment, capacity, planning, implementation and evaluation

  • Assess data and prioritize risk and protective factors
  • Engage in capacity-building activities and assess community resources and readiness
  • Infuse cultural competency and sustainability in community planning
  • Employ activities to determine best practical fit for implementation
  • Determine effective measures for short- and long-term evaluation

Who should attend?
New and current professionals in the fields of prevention, treatment, recovery, social work, mental health, law enforcement, administration, education, academia, youth development, domestic violence, public health, juvenile detention, and other related fields.

March 1-4, 2016
9am-5pm each day
Indiana Government Center, Indianapolis IN
Free
33 CEUs offered

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