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Our Impact Narrative and Outcomes Metrics are meant to provide empirical evidence of our Model’s theoretical concepts supporting our approach to community’s needs by comprehensive assessments, programs design, and implementation strategies. The data provided includes our FRC, CAC, and MTFC program services and serves as a snapshot of the impact on our region including the years 2016 - 2022 (March 2022).

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Our Impact

Dr. Collin  Billingsley,  Ph.D.

Executive Director

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“Data are just summaries of thousands of stories – tell a few of those stories to help make the data meaningful.” — Chip and Dan Heath

We track  our  clients’  needs  and  progress internally (Client  Progress  Assessments)  and  at post-program completion  with  a Post  Program  Tracking Protocol utilizing  our  formal  instruments (FRC  Client  Progress  Assessment-Post  Program  and/or  the  Recovery  Capital  Scale)  measuring all of our  projected  Metrics by  tracking  participants  in collaboration  with  our  Research  Team.  Data baselines  on  our  participants  and  their  respective  cohorts  are  collected  in  partnership  with  the  National Strategic  Planning  &  Analysis  Research  Center  (NSPARC)  at  Mississippi  State  University,  directly  from agencies/organizations  formal  data  statistics/reports,  and  the  U.S.  Census  Bureau  Reporting.  We  utilize the  Statewide  Longitudinal  Data  System  (housed  by  NSPARC  labs)  to  track  our  clients  by  cohort groups  to  follow  Youth  and  Adult  client’s  short  term  outcome  status’  at  3,  6,  12,  and  18-month  intervals and  long-term  outcomes  subsequently  beginning  year  two  at  a  12-month  interval  throughout  the  grant period  (typically  3  -  5  years).

Collin  Billingsley,  Ph.D.,  Outcome  Studies  &  Data Coordinator

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