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Dissemination by Mind Map: Dissemination

1. social media

1.1. Facebook

1.1.1. more detailed explanaitons

1.2. instagram

1.2.1. eye-grabbing visuals

1.3. Twitter

1.3.1. short findings and succinct points

1.4. Youtube

1.4.1. videos with explanations of findings

1.5. infographics

1.6. focus more on spreading awareness and individual action to inspire change

1.6.1. valuable information found from people in the program

1.7. gather data

1.7.1. find out more on how people's attitudes on mental health, available services, and barriers to receive care

1.7.2. use of polls, question & answers, livestreams to answer questions people may have about mental health and/or the program itself

2. Share Results

2.1. logic model

2.1.1. Need for program, goals, target population, and description of program activities

2.1.2. outcomes, outputs (short, intermediate, and long term), and impact

2.2. qualitative and quantitative data from pre and post test surveys

2.3. comparison results to control group

2.4. program attendees testimonies on the impact it made for them

2.5. Strengths of the program as revealed by the evaluation finding

2.6. Recommendations for improving the services that are provided and suggestions for improving the future evaluation activities.

2.7. Other implications of the findings, such as policy implications.

2.8. Organize information by evaluation issues rather than by data collection strategy

2.9. Report findings objectively, including positive and negative results

3. Physical Methods of Sharing

3.1. written reports/journals

3.2. posters with charts and data to show the impact of program

3.3. Presentation and/or Webinar to share and explain results

3.4. flyers/pamphlets that includes program data

3.4.1. public spaces such as parks

3.4.2. health care facilities

3.5. Publish the results in Gainesville Sun and other local news outlets

3.6. Possibility of going to East Gainesville work places and asking to give out

3.7. Promote referrals from Primary Care Physicians to patients in need of mental health services

4. Intended Audiences:

4.1. General Public

4.2. Academic Journals and people interested in replicating program in other areas

4.3. members of minority communities

4.4. Program Participants and Stakeholders

4.4.1. Funders and benefactors to sustain and/or expand the program

4.5. National and International organizations such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness

4.6. mental health professionals to become more socioculturally attuned

4.7. Policy Makers to increase funding and help make mental health services more accessible

5. Traditional Media

5.1. Newspaper Outlets

5.2. Local news stations

5.3. Radio talkshows

5.4. Podcasts

5.5. Journal Articles

5.6. blog posts

5.7. focus more on program outcomes and potential future implications for widespread community changes