The Public Health Assessment Program (PHAP) within the Public Health Command was created to provide Program Evaluation as a unique service.
Program Evaluation is conducted using the Program Evaluation Consulation process. This process involves the systematic collection of information that assists stakeholders to better understand a program, improve its effectiveness, and make decisions about future program planning.
PHAP uses the public health process and principles to demonstrate the success or progress of programs, examine their strengths and weaknesses, identify best practices and improve the design and implementation of programs. PHAP is currently focused on addressing behavioral health, social and community-oriented programs as they pertain to Soldiers, their Families and Communities. PHAP continues to build capacity to be able to respond to requests for Program Evaluation from broader categories of programs.