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2018 Prevention Resource Guide Survey

Survey for the 2018 Prevention Resource Guide

Survey for the 2018 Prevention Resource Guide: Keeping Children Safe and Families Strong in Supportive Communities

Please let us know how you are using this year's Resource Guide and provide feedback by completing the brief survey below. Your responses are anonymous and will help the Child Welfare Information Gateway (CWIG) to provide useful, informative, and relevant resources in the future. This survey is intended for customers who are at least 18 years old. If you have any questions, contact Child Welfare Information Gateway staff by email at info@childwelfare.gov or by telephone at 800.394.3366. Thank you for helping us help you.

1. Please rate your agreement with the following statements.
Space Cell Strongly agreeAgreeNeither agree nor disagreeDisagreeStrongly disagreeNot applicable
I am satisfied with the content of the Prevention Resource Guide.
The Prevention Resource Guide is easy to read and understand.
The Prevention Resource Guide is useful.
I would recommend the Prevention Resource Guide to others.
I have a better understanding of how to implement different protective factors approaches as a result of the information in the Prevention Resource Guide.
I have a better understanding of the different ways to effectively build meaningful community partnerships as a result of the information outlined in the Prevention Resource Guide.
2. Please select all of the ways you have used information from the Prevention Resource Guide.
I already used information in the Prevention Resource Guide... I intend to use information in the Prevention Resource Guide... Briefly describe.
For my own professional development.
To share with families and/or clients.
To share in a formal training environment.
To support public awareness or for advocacy purposes.
To support practice improvement and/or sustain good practice.
To implement, sustain, or improve programs (e.g., program management, logic model development, program evaluation).
To increase my knowledge or inform my attitudes.
Share with professionals or colleagues.
Support policy change and/or sustain good policies.
Conduct research or evaluation.
Grant writing/ fundraising.
Personal use.
Other ways.
3.

Please drag the three chapters in the Prevention Resource Guide that you find most useful to the right-hand column in rank order.

Order the items from the following list. First select an item with the spacebar to show a menu of possible ranking positions. Next, click a ranking position to order it in the ranked list. Note the menu will display more ordering options as you add items to the ranked list.
4. Did you access any of the Protective Factors in Practice scenarios in Chapter 2 of the Prevention Resource Guide?
5. What would have made the Prevention Resource Guide more helpful to you? (Check all that apply.)
6. Please select the various ways in which your work might be affected if the Prevention Resource Guide was no longer available.
8. How many years have you been using the Prevention Resource Guide (formerly known as the Community Resource Packet)?
9. How did you learn about this publication?
10. Which of the following best describes your professional background or role in the child welfare field?
11. Which of the following best describes your workplace? (Check one.)