Dear All, 

I'm looking for examples of logic models and problem statements from your childhood trauma/resilience building initiatives that you would be willing to share. I'm putting together a packet to help two community groups develop a strategic plan that addresses childhood trauma and builds resilience in children and families. Your examples would help us have a better sense of where we are heading and inspire conversations. Any information you can share, would be much appreciated! 

Thanks! 

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Thank you, Christine - it is much appreciated! The logic model you shared is definitely helpful! If by any chance you come across a logic model that includes a problem statement, strategies and interventions (i.e., inputs) along with process measures (i.e., short term outcomes) and could share, that would also be much appreciated! 

With gratitude, 

AE  

Hi Angel, I love logic models! #PHNerd   Please see the attached documents, I hope they have a golden nugget or two that is useful. Also, please know that publicly funded (e.g. government) agency documents are often accessible or open source. I hope the attached samples are useful! Karen
https://www.acesconnection.com...nnection-logic-model

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Suzie Gruber posted:

Hi Angel,
Attached is a logic model I created for a trauma-related program I spearheaded for Sonoma County CPS in California a number of years ago.  Please let me know if you have any questions about it.

Thanks,
Suzie

Hi Suzy! Thanks for sharing your well thought out logic model. I am curious if it was added to the Upstream Portfolio? And, if it was not, what was the rationale? There is a lot of good work happening in the county, but it is still very siloed. Any insights you can provide? Thanks again for sharing this document! Karen

Hi Karen,
You're welcome.  Yes, the program was added to the Sonoma County Upstream portfolio.  We were able to do a pilot study and then went no further because key people at CPS retired.  Nothing has happened with it since and I have pivoted to offering primarily NARM rather than SE.  

Thanks,
Suzie

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