Identify and analyze a specific need identified by a community. This includes: •Writing a mission statement for the agency you would create to respond to this need. Constructing an effective community organization model to address the identified need utilizing all the information you have researched in this course. •Conducting an external search using at least three to five journal articles, in addition to the textbook material, to create an adjunct referral sources list outside the agency for added support. View the “Conducting an Organizational Needs Assessment” YouTube video located in the Week 6 Overview (in the “Required Reference” section) to gain a clear understanding of the key components to needs assessment within an organization.  By utilizing the videos, the text, and a minimum of 3-5 peer-reviewed, scholarly journal articles, write a 4500 word paper. Develop a model of an effective agency. Be sure to include these points: 1.Develop your mission statement by reviewing mission statements of similar agencies. 2.Develop a description of the typical skills, interventions, functions, and duties of the professionals involved in addressing the need. 3.Identify an established needs assessment tool to be used as enrollment criteria for potential service users. 4.Construct a flow chart, which indicates organizational structure, specific roles, duties, and functions of the various professionals in the model. 5.Provide a list of referral agencies. Include what need each referral agency will be able to address that your agency cannot. 6.Discuss what ethical guidelines are appropriate for the agency. 7.Recommend a needs assessment survey instrument and state your rationale for the choice. 8.Project 5-10 years in the future; envision and explain how the needs of your agency might have changed based on trends and issues we are beginning to see now. 9.Include a brief summary of your self-care plan to help avoid burnout as a human services professional. 10.Must be double-spaced, meet specified page length, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide. 11.Must include an APA style cover page. 12.Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement. 13.Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought. 14.Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph. 15.Must use APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide to document all sources. 16.Must include a reference page that is completed according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide.

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