A Process Evaluation of the 'Choose to Refuse' Heroin and OxyContin Prevention Education Program (March 2006)
Group: Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Research and Policy Analysis Division
This report presents the results of a Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety (EOPS) process evaluation of the “Choose to Refuse” (CTR) Heroin and OxyContin Prevention Education Program. The program was created by the Juvenile Justice Staff at the Essex County District Attorney’s (ECDA) Office. The EOPS Research and Policy Analysis Unit conducted a process evaluation of the CTR program to document lessons learned in developing a drug prevention program, give research-based feedback to the ECDA, and inform future EOPS grantees about options and best practices to consider when developing a drug prevention program. This is the first in a series of process evaluations that represents an EOPS initiative to fuse research-based programs and best practices with the public safety programs EOPS funds in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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