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Grantee Partnership Project

Contact Information

If you have questions or would like to share feedback, please contact:

Chris L. Carson, Project Coordinator
Alaska Department of Health and Social Services
(907) 465-6522

Logic Model Training

The Department of Health and Social Services, (DHSS), through the Grantee Partnership Project is pleased to offer FREE Logic Model Training in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Kodiak and Sitka. These training opportunities have been made possible through the Department of Health and Social Services, Grantee Partnership Project.

Over the past two years the department has been transitioning its grant program and reporting requirements from ones that measures the number of client's services or units of services provided (Outputs), to programs that clearly identifies how services are impacting Alaska citizens. (Outcomes) Identifying outcomes and mechanisms for measuring program success allow DHSS and its grantee partners to recognize potential inefficiencies within our grant programs. By identifying these inefficiencies, both DHSS and its grantee partners can adjust and improve programs, thus leading to better services for Alaska citizens.


To date DHSS has implemented the Logic Model concept in almost half of its grant programs and has trained over 750 grantees partners and DHSS staff throughout Alaska. Ongoing efforts to implement Logic Model into more programs will continue over the next year.

Trainings

Due to increased interest for Indicator Training, the GPP will be offering one day of Logic Model Training followed by a day of Indicator training.

 

FREE Logic Model / Indicator
Training Opportunity in
Kenai
The Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) through the Grantee Partnership Project has received ample interest to warrant a FREE Logic Model / Indicator training in Kenai. 
Over the past four years the GPP has transitioned the majority of its grant programs and reporting requirements from ones that measures the number of client’s services or units of services provided (Outputs), to programs that clearly identifies how services are impacting Alaska citizens. (Outcomes) 
Identifying outcomes and indicators for measuring program success allows DHSS and its grantee partners to recognize potential inefficiencies within our grant programs. By identifying these inefficiencies, DHSS and its grantee partners can then adjust the programs resources, activities, and outputs, thus leading to improved services for Alaska citizens.
Training will be held at the Kenai Library, 163 Main St Loop, Kenai, Alaska 99611, on April 25, 2013 from 10:00 am – 4:30 pm. If you have grantees in the area that could benefit from this FREE Logic Model / Indicator training, please forward them the online public notice link (below) and ask them to register by contacting Chris L. Carson, Project Manager, Grantee Partnership Project at (907)465-6522 or chris.carson@alaska.gov .
http://aws.state.ak.us/OnlinePublicNotices/Notices/View.aspx?id=167375