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Evaluation and Program Development – Program Evaluation

Evaluation and Program Development – Program Evaluation - Service

Service Description

MIMH has provided program evaluation services to agencies in the community, statewide and nationally for the past 40 years. With expertise in both process and outcome evaluation, MIMH has worked hand-in-hand with organizations to improve program services and assess program effectiveness. Services include survey and evaluation design, logic model development, development of data management systems, interviewing, focus group facilitation, surveys, quantitative and qualitative data analysis and dissemination of findings through comprehensive reports, presentations and peer-reviewed journals.  Clients have included state agencies, taxing authorities, cities, hospitals, mental health and substance abuse agencies, not-for-profit agencies and school districts.

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