Refugees acquire the cross-cultural information, skills, and social support network needed to gain stability, make a positive personal and social adjustment, maintain family connections and well-being, and achieve educational, economic and civic participation goals.
Examples: Please see the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide and COA’s PQI Tool Kit for more information on developing and using program logic models.
Examples: Information that may be used to inform the development of the logic model includes, but is not limited to:
needs assessments and periodic reassessments;
program and client outcomes data; and
the best available evidence of service effectiveness.
Examples: Consumer empowerment and empowerment through consumer education and participation are two examples of program models that resettlement service programs might use to frame activities, interventions, and program evaluation. A program serving separated refugee minor children may employ a positive youth development framework to increase children and youth’s adjustment, empowerment, and self-efficacy.
The logic model identifies client outcomes in at least two of the following areas:
change in functional status;
health, welfare, and safety;
permanency of life situation;
quality of life;
achievement of individual service goals; and
other outcomes as appropriate to the program or service population.