DI staff specializes in developing programs and projects to meet and to enhance the health, welfare, and other social needs of a society or group. We are committed to working with your organization to improve the health, safety, and well-being of the people you serve. DI developed programs and projects target risk factor reduction and protective factor enhancement. DI staff has developed programs and projects in response to the following human service needs include:
- Public Health
- Criminal Justice
- Supportive Housing
DI Staff Experience
- Working closely with substance abuse treatment programs to conduct comprehensive, culturally sensitive community assessments and program evaluation utilizing a mixed method approach to include surveys, focus groups, interviews, best practices, and observations.
- Conducting comprehensive marketing and economic feasibility studies for supportive housing and programming needs for individuals with disabilities, substance abusers, and seniors.
- Creating bi-lingual school-based programs including designing, securing funding, implementing, and evaluating mobile medical outreach programs and other student wellness programs and services.
- Developing and delivering bi-lingual smoking education and awareness curricula for pregnant teens and their family members.