In addition to our internal research, we will continue to participate in our evaluation efforts that we now undertake with outside university-based researchers, such as our impending study of our Case Management Consortium with Dr. Nancy Giunta at Hunter College School of Social Work.
- Understand and measure the impact of the Neighborhood House’s work, both qualitatively and quantitatively, to guarantee that we deliver meaningful outcomes that directly benefit our clients.
- Fully assess and understand the needs of clients we serve in the East Side community – Older Adults, Mentally Ill, Homeless & Formerly Homeless, Children and Families – and ensure that high quality, holistic programming reflects their needs.
- Demonstrate and present the impact of community-based work to a variety of audiences to further support the need for evaluation and research.
- Ensure that evidenced-based programming is incorporated throughout the organization into all major program areas to further strengthen the individual and group needs in the East Side community.
- Forecast future programming needs through rigorous evaluation practices throughout the organization.