Targeted Earlier Intervention program
Understand the Targeted Earlier Intervention program and the guidelines, policies and recommissioning process you need to follow
Program logic – how we’ll deliver the right support
All TEI service providers need to develop a program logic within their first year of service delivery.
A program logic helps us link what we are doing, with why we are doing it. It provides a framework for monitoring and evaluating our service activities against the outcomes we want to achieve. This is an important step in moving towards an evidence-informed practice.
You should treat your program logic as a living document and update it as local priorities and your service activities change.
TEI Program Logic E-module
We have developed a 15 minute Program Logic e-module to help you to develop your program logics: Developing a program logic e-module
Download the TEI program logic template and examples to help you complete the e-module.
Program Logic resources
See these other useful resources for further assistance:
- TEI program logic template and examples
- TEI program logic template and examples - Word version
- Assessing a program logic
- FAQs about developing a program logic
Real examples from service providers
- Big Fat Smile
- Birrang Enterprise Development Co Ltd
- Orange City Council
- San Remo LINKS Youth Support Service
- San Remo Neighbourhood Centre
- Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Centre Program Logic
- Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Centre Outcomes Matrix
- Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Centre Client Survey
- Temora Community Centre Program Logic
If you have any questions or comments about these resources please contact: TEI@facs.nsw.gov.au
Will my program logic be assessed?
Your program logic will be assessed by your local district. This is to ensure all program logics developed in the TEI program are high-quality.
Your local district will use this guide: Assessing a program logic. This includes a clear criteria to promote best practice and consistency in the TEI program.
For more information see our FAQs about developing a program logic.
Who can I ask for help?
Your local DCJ district can answer any questions and provide support as you work through your program logic.
You can also email TEI@facs.nsw.gov.au for help.