Community Readiness Tool
Posted by on July 8, 2005
[posted from Community Based Participatory Research listserv]
The Community Readiness Model is an innovative method for assessing the level of readiness of a community to develop and implement prevention programming. It can be used as both a research tool to assess distribution of levels of readiness across a group of communities or as a tool to guide prevention efforts at the individual community level. For questions or comments concerning the model and its various applications, to order information on the model, or to inquire about training on the Community Readiness Model, please contact the Community Readiness Coordinator, Dr. Barbara Plested, at 1-800-835-8091, or Barbara.Plested@colostate.edu
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