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CFF currently conducts nine research and evaluation projects, including serving as the evaluation contractor for Family, Adult and Juvenile Drug Courts in Sacramento, Riverside, Mendocino, Santa Cruz and Sonoma Counties in California.
Following is a brief summary of our current research and evaluation contracts.
The process evaluation examines the implementation of the program, barriers and challenges and modifications made to the program.
The outcome evaluation examines the effectiveness and impact of the program on the parents and the level of family functioning.
CFF conducts evaluation activities for the Mendocino County FDDC, a five year grant funded by Children’s Bureau.
The process and outcome study measures the FDDC’s effectiveness in providing intensive case management, substance abuse treatment, parenting education, and reunification support with judicial oversight of specific incentive and sanctions.
CFF evaluators are responsible for all the implementation of all aspects of the program evaluation including developing and implementing all data collection schemes and process/outcome data analysis strategies; data quality control procedures to maintain data integrity; constructing plans for all data analyses; interpretation of these analyses including synthesizing data for bi-annual, annual and final reports; and, identifying barriers to data collection for the target population and develping cooperative resolutions.
The evaluation services inform local and State governance about the efficacy and cost savings associated with this program and improved operations while also determining the effectiveness and impact of the program The Family Preservation Court (FPC) received a CAM grant to expand and enhance the current program design to include additional supportive service so children and adults affected by methamphetamine abuse.
CFF provides comprehensive process and outcome evaluation services to the Court to assure continuous quality improvement.
CIF provide a linkage to a Birth and Beyond Resource Center and a Recovery Resource Specialist to parents and their children ages 0-17 participating in either the SAC DDC or EIFDC.
CCFF works as the site evaluator for the CIF Program and provides feedback to guide implementation.
The CIF evaluation uses a process and outcome research design to measure the effectiveness of the program in promoting safety, permanency and well-being of infants who are identified as prenatally exposed to methamphetamine or other substances of abuse.