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Title: COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM EVALUATION


1
COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM EVALUATION
  • Internal Evaluation
  • Sherri Kendall, LPC
  • CEO, Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse
  • Houston
  • External Program Evaluation / Research
  • Jeff Temple, PhD
  • Director, Behavioral Health and Research
    Department of Ob/Gyn UTMB Health

2
PROGRAM EVALUATION Part 1 Internal Evaluation
  • Sherri Kendall
  • Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA)
  • Houston
  • sherrik_at_avda-tx.org
  • 713.715.6925

3
Basic Questions
  • Why do we evaluate?
  • What do we evaluate?
  • How will we evaluate?
  • When will we evaluate?
  • What do we do AFTER weve evaluated?

4
Why evaluate?
  1. To determine if we are meeting our mission.
  2. To determine if we are meeting our targets/goals
    for the program.
  3. Based on results, to modify program (and/or
    training) to improve program effectiveness.
  4. To be able to accurately demonstrate
    effectiveness to our funders.
  5. To bolster support for legislation (and funding)
    for BIPP through demonstrating effectiveness.

5
Scope of Evaluation
  • Evaluation should seek to provide a balance
    between both depth and breadth, providing an
    overview of multiple evaluation criteria, and
    with the option for follow-up on areas which,
    once evaluated, are found to be problematic or
    not meeting goals.

6
What to evaluate - MISSION
  • Are we meeting our mission?
  • Improving Victim Safety Impact
  • Reducing Offender Recidivism Continued Abuse
  • Batterer Accountability
  • Meeting Community Needs
  • Additional Goals
  • Societal Change re all forms of oppression
  • Collaboration a Coordinated Community Response
  • Contributing to the DV Field
  • Growth-promoting, satisfying workplace
  • Others??

7
Program Evaluation may be based on
  • Goals
  • Process
  • Outcomes
  • Needs Assessment
  • Accreditation
  • Cost/benefit Analysis
  • Effectiveness
  • Efficiency

8
Meeting Targets Goals
  • MEASURABLE OUTPUTS
  • Number of BIPP participants served
  • Completion of participants vs. dropouts
  • Outreach to victims
  • 100 Compliance with BIPP Guidelines funder
    requirements
  • Trainings, presentations, collaborations

9
Meeting Targets Goals
  • MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
  • Reduced abuse
  • Increased victim safety
  • Offender accountability
  • Meeting community need

10
Measuring OUTPUTS
  • Number of BIPP participants served
  • MAR / Actual Outputs Report (from referral to
    exit)
  • Caseload/activity measurement per facilitator
  • Completion of participants vs. dropouts
  • MAR dont limit your exit categories
  • WHY are they dropping?
  • Can high completion rate be a negative?
  • Outreach to victims
  • Victim Partner letters and resources
  • Phone contact (safety concerns to consider)
  • Compliance with BIPP Guidelines funder
    requirements
  • External audit results internal ongoing
    monitoring
  • Trainings, presentations, collaborations

11
Measuring OUTCOMES
  • Cognitive awareness
  • Pre/post tests
  • Offender Exit Survey
  • Exit Plan of Non-Abuse
  • Reduced abuse Increased victim safety
  • Recidivism rates
  • Exit Survey (client victim/partner)
  • Continued follow-up
  • Meeting community need
  • Operating groups in under-served areas
  • Accessibility to clients (cost, schedule,
    location)
  • Community Partner Referral Surveys
  • Making trainings, presentations, consultations
    available to community partners (not for purposes
    of profit)

12
When to begin program evaluation
  • NOW!
  • Start small
  • INCREASE in breadth and depth as you can.

13
Post-Evaluation
  • Step 1 Analyze data, share with Board and
    Staff
  • Step 2 Set NEW goals targets
  • Step 3 Develop Plan of Action to meet goals
  • Step 4 Implement Plan of Action

14
Step 5??
  • Repeat Steps 1-4

15
Resources
  • http//managementhlep.org/evaluation/program-evalu
    ation-guide.htm
  • http//www.aecf.org/KnowledgeCenter/Publications.a
    spx?pubguid4977C910-1A39-44BD-A106-1FC8D81EB792
  • (A Guide to Measuring Advocacy and Policy)
  • http//managementhelp.org/evaluation/program-evalu
    ation-planning.htm
  • (Checklist for Program Evaluation Planning)
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