A Logic Model For Prevention of Alcohol Related Injury and Deaths Among Males Under Age 21.
Overview:The City of Hope(fictitious city for purpose of example) received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to design and implement a community-based intervention to reduce alcohol injury and death in young men. This funding evolved as an outgrowth of community concern. The problem was documented through a community assessment conducted by community residents, community-based agency representatives, university faculty, and local advocacy groups. This original group believed that achieving this goal would require a long-term commitment of many people and organizations and formalized their commitment by establishing the Partnership to Reduce Alcohol-related Injury and Death (PRAID) coalition.
From: An Evaluation Framework for Community Health Programs