This involves designing a new community intervention program appropriate for implementation within an organizational (e.g., school, clinic, NGO), system (e.g., school district, statewide community mental health) or community setting, for the purpose of addressing a key social issue of interest to you. Potential issues include but are not restricted to marginalization, oppression, discrimination, immigration, power, diversity, adaptation, or recovery. Proposed programs can be situated within domestic or global contexts. This is a program proposal for classwork only and you will not be directly contacting people who work in your community.
be sure to attend to the key components outlined and discussed by Nelson and Prilleltensky (2010):
1. The issues or problems addressed
2. The values reflected in the program approach and methods
3. The conceptual foundation of the program
4. The action and research tools (i.e., the “science of CP