Joint Accountability and Shared Outcomes + Propensity Score Matching Strategies for Evaluating Substance Abuse Services for Child Welfare Clients

Joint accountability and shared outcomes can guide the work of a collaborative and are critical to demonstrate that the collaborative has achieved interagency agreement on desired results. Without such an agreement, each of the partners is likely to continue measuring its own progress as it always has, using only the outcomes that the agency is accustomed to.

Propensity Score Matching Strategies for Evaluating Substance Abuse Services for Child Welfare Clients

September 7, 2010
Ken DeCerchio, Project Director, Children and Family Futures
Shenyang Guo, Professor, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina
September 1, 2010
Ken DeCerchio, Program Director, Children and Family Futures
Shenyang Guo, Professor, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina
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