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Peter Gabor, Richard M. Grinnell Jr., and Yvonne A. Unrau

This article discusses how four types of program evaluations can be used in social service programs: (a) needs assessments, (b) process evaluations, (c) outcome evaluations, and (d) cost-efficiency evaluations. Different approaches to evaluation are also reviewed, including culturally appropriate evaluations. The future of program evaluation within the social work profession is also discussed along with various trends.