Problem Solving/Decision Making Skills Development

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    Taxonomy Code: TP-6650.6500

    Programs that offer workshops or other forms of training or support which help executive staff, managers and supervisors in nonprofit organizations, small businesses or other groups develop effective problem solving and decision making skills. Topics may include problem definition, problem analysis, decision analysis, associated risks and opportunities and problem solving tools and techniques. Participants learn to maximize their critical thinking skills, systematically organize and prioritize information, set objectives, evaluate alternatives, and analyze their impact.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Child & Adolescent Mental Health ServicesProvides services for children and adolescents with serious and persistent mental illness based on assessment. Uses Texas Resiliency and Recovery Services, which may include case management, counseling, medication training and support, and/or family partner.West CentralBetty Hardwick CenterBetty Hardwick Center
    Family Solutions ProgramProvides in-home supportive family preservation services, such as goal setting, life skills education, financial management education, and social skills education to those that are eligible. Offers advocacy and referrals to community agencies.West CentralMCH Family Outreach - MCH BranchMCH Family Outreach - Abilene
    The GAP ProgramProvides in-home family support for grandparents and other relative caregivers that have taken on the parental role. Gives support through goal setting, life skills education, financial management education, and social skills education to those that are eligible. Offers advocacy and referrals to community agencies.West CentralMCH Family Outreach - MCH BranchMCH Family Outreach - Abilene

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