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Strengthening Domestic Violence Services for Deaf Survivors: An Evaluation of Barrier Free Living’s Deaf Services Program
BFL’s goal for the CJII grant was to increase access to direct services for deaf survivors at Freedom House and Secret Garden and increase local stakeholders’ awareness of deaf survivors’ needs.
The programs evaluated offer youth aging out of foster care in NYC personalized support through mentorship, coaching, and youth-driven service provision, respectively. This mid-evaluation report describes recent developments in the policies, programs, and context that impact Foster Youth Transitioning to Adulthood (FYTA) in NYC
Addressing Trauma Among School-Aged Children: Early Findings from the Implementation of the Margaret’s Place Program
This report presents the methods, findings, and recommendations from the interim evaluation of the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation’s Margaret’s Place program.
This evaluation finds that, with the exception of a delayed rollout resulting first from an organizational shift and then from the COVID-19 pandemic, the program has been implemented as per the intended plan.
In recent years, domestic violence (DV) experts have called for programs with traditional models to incorporate trauma-informed approaches that better consider participants’ trauma histories, needs, and experiences. One DV service organization in New York City, the Urban Resource Institute (URI), created a program that aims to incorporate such innovative practices. This brief provides high-level findings from the midpoint of Urban’s work and focuses on early findings from the process evaluation.
Peer-led Community Navigation in East Harlem: An evaluation of the Community Navigators Program at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College
The Community Navigators Program was launched in 2017 by the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and is overseen by the City University of New York’s Institute for State and Local Governance, as part of the Manhattan District Attorney Office’s (DANY’s) Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII). It operates with the stated purpose of developing ...
ISLG is seeking Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII) grantees who are interested in providing peer-to-peer Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) to join the CJII TTA Consortium. TTA Consortium members provide TTA to other CJII grantees on programmatic topics. Selected grantees will join the CJII TTA Consortium’s peer competition pool. Current members ...
ISLG is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking experts to join an existing Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Consortium that delivers individualized and group-based support to grantees of the Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII). This Consortium is part of a wider strategy to support CJII grantees in enhancing their capacity, increasing collab...
An Evaluation of the Osborne Association’s Harlem FamilyWorks Program Services: Supporting Families Impacted by Incarceration
Through CJII, DANY contracted with the Urban Institute in 2019 to conduct a multimethod process evaluation of the HFW program in partnership with Osborne. Broadly, the evaluation aimed to document HFW’s implementation and identify its strengths, barriers to success, and best practices. The objectives for the evaluation were to document program operations, describe stakeholders’ and participants’ perspectives of the program, understand the characteristics of participants the program served, and develop recommendations for strengthening the program.
As of September 2020, the program has diverted and provided services to almost 2,000 individuals. In this report, information collected from program staff and participant interviews and surveys, programmatic data, and observations of programs describe how the program is implemented, identify key program facilitators and barriers, and illustrate participant experiences.