Developed by the University of Calgary, this toolkit is a resource to assist with the development of program evaluation strategies to help you and your team effectively measure, track, and use your findings in a strategic and streamlined manner. This toolkit is created with program evaluation in mind, focused on, but not limited to, strategies and scales related wellbeing and mental health (e.g., mental health and well-being, loneliness, resiliency, and sense of belonging). While this toolkit was created with community wellness and mental health programs in mind, the vast majority of its resources are applicable to programs with a diverse range of objectives and goals. The toolkit is divided into several main sections with additional pages and resources available. The toolkit explores the five main stages of evaluation, beginning with foundational program planning information, and then exploring planning and preparation, collecting data, analyzing data, and using your findings.

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