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Developing a Work Plan

Developing a Work Plan

  • A step by step guide for developing a work plan based on your community data analysis.

  • An introduction to logic models. Some communities have found it helpful to develop a logic model to guide their work.

  • A helpful tool to guide the work plan development. This can be used in small groups to brainstorm sections of the work plan and then report to the larger group for consensus. Information can be transferred directly to the work plan.

  • A template that allows the community to input work plan goal, outcomes, objectives and activities. If your community has an existing strategic plan (e.g. Child Well-Being, Alternative Response, etc.), talk to your Rooted in Relationships Coordinator about how to integrate Rooted work into your current plan.