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Capacity Building and Organizational Development
To provide high-quality services, behavioral health organizations must be able to make efficient use of human, organizational, and financial resources. Capacity building and organizational development activities include leadership training, improving information systems, and integrating services.
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Selected Capacity Building and Organizational Development Resources
Addiction Counselor CE
An Action Plan for Behavioral Health Workforce Development
Assessing Your Organization: The Right Questions To Ask About Your Organization
Assuring the Sufficiency of a Frontline Workforce: A National Study of Licensed Social Workers, Special Report: Social Work Services in Behavioral Health Care Settings
Capacity Building for Nonprofit Organizations: A Resource List
Effective Strategic Planning: Getting Your Organization Focused and Directed
Financial Management for Nonprofits
Fire, Aim, Ready: Why Most Foundation-Funded Capacity Building Efforts Miss the Mark
Grantmakers In Health
Leadership Development in Substance Use Treatment and Recovery: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Organizational Development Strategies for Integrating Mental Health Services
Planning for the Sustainability of Community-Based Health Programs: Conceptual Frameworks and Future Directions for Research, Practice and Policy
Report to Congress on the Prevention and Treatment of Co-Occurring Substance Abuse Disorders and Mental Disorders, Chapter 5 - Five-Year Blueprint for Action - Capacity
Staff Turnover and Retention in Addiction Treatment: Annotated Bibliography
Strategically Repositioning and Transforming Public Organizations, in Research in Organizational Change and Development, Vol. 16
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Prevention Platform
Ten Steps to Leaving an Organization in Good Hands
The Sustainability Planning Resource Center
Using the Balanced Scorecard in the Development of Community Partnerships
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