Innovation and Support for Assessing Summative Evaluation Readiness: Lessons Learned
Analyzes the progress of Youth At Risk of Homelessness (YARH), a multiphase grant program that aims to prevent homelessness among youth and young adults involved in the child welfare system. Describes the evaluation process to choose a grantee for the third phase of the program to support the building and disseminating of evidence related to the YARH grantee's service model. Includes discussion about the challenges of collecting evidence in rural areas.
Megan J. McCormick, Kelsey Chesnut, M.C. Bradley
Administration for Children and Families, Children's Bureau, Mathematica
Child welfare · Children and youth · Evaluation methods and resources · Housing and homelessness