PSY 638 Final Project Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric Prompt: For Milestone One of your final…

PSY 638 Final Project Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric

Prompt: For Milestone One of your final project, you will submit a draft of the Problem Identification section of your grant proposal. Think about the professional environment you will be seeking upon graduation and a potential problem within that professional environment that could be solved through your recommended program. Some examples of professional settings and grant proposal problems include:

 School/Educational Setting

Orchard Middle School has over 50 at-risk students with a reading performance that directly affects their overall self-esteem and negative behavior issues. The school submitted a grant proposal to support development of a program to help all students with poor reading skills learn to read at grade level and increase their reading speed, comprehension, and reading attention span and overall sense of worth, esteem, and achievement. Studies have shown those who do better in school, fare better with stable mental health.

 Outpatient Mental Health

The Open Arms Family Center requested a grant in the amount of $250,000 to contribute to the start-up funds for a family homeless shelter and mental health services. As an innovative, all-inclusive shelter program, the center aimed to provide for 10 families with children under the age of five who are experiencing homelessness. The center is committed to its mission of decreasing the overall number of homeless families in the Metro Boston area as well as working to break the cycle of homelessness.

 Community Outreach

The purpose of Healthy Tomorrows is to stimulate innovative, community-based programs that employ prevention strategies to promote access to healthcare for children and their families nationwide. HTPCP funding supports direct-service projects, not research projects. Healthy Tomorrows is designed to support family-centered initiatives that implement innovative approaches for focusing resources to promote community; define preventive child health and developmental objectives for vulnerable children and their families, especially those with limited access to quality health services; foster cooperation among community organizations, agencies, and families; involve pediatricians and other pediatric, child, and adolescent mental health professionals; build community and statewide partnerships among professionals in health, education, social services, government, and business to achieve self-sustaining programs to ensure healthy children and families. Healthy Tomorrows requested a grant proposal for $10,000 to conduct a needs
analysis for a meal delivery program to serve its less mobile community members.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed in your milestone assignment:
I. Problem Identification: Research and identify resources for a specific developmental, behavioral, or diagnostic need for children or adolescents in your community.

a. Prevalence: Determine a necessary program or service by examining current needs for children or adolescents in your community, using
the standards established by the American Psychiatric Association.

i. What is the issue you have chosen to address? Who is affected? What data do you have that points to the prevalence of this issue?

ii. What is the necessary service or program? How will it address the needs you have examined?

b. Assessment of Resources: Evaluate available and needed resources in your community.
i. Evaluate the resources available for providing a program or service such as the one you have identified.
ii. Determine necessary resources that are not available and explain their importance in providing the identified program or service.

c. Impact of the Problem: Describe the impact of the problem on individuals, families, and the community. Construct an impact statement based on the prevalence of the identified issue and the lack of community resources.
i. Articulate how the lack of the identified program or service has an impact on the community.
ii. How is the lack of available resources exacerbating the issue?
Guidelines for Submission: Your paper must be submitted as a 3–4 page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one inch margins, and at least five sources cited in APA format.

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