Building Workforce Capacity through a Community-Based System of Care Model: The Challenges of Balancing Fidelity and Adaptability
Implementation of evidence-based programs often requires adaptation. After training adult providers in Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R), the Georgia CT-R Initiative expanded the state’s capacity to include youth providers. Adaptation of the CT-R training was necessary for use by these providers. Implementation challenges — including programmatic and financial sustainability — were addressed by engaging partners and balancing fidelity with adaptability. Lessons learned from the training’s adaptation provide implementation strategies for evidence-based models within a system of care model.
Davis, U., DiGirolamo, A., Oliver, C., Ogojiaku, C., Grant, P., Brinen, A., McKay, D., Mays, J. (2019) Building Workforce Capacity through a Community-Based System of Care Model: The Challenges of Balancing Fidelity and Adaptability.
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