Greenbook Initiative Final Evaluation Report. Greenbook Initiative Final Evaluation Report : Table 30

02/28/2008

: Table 30

 Strongly DisagreeDisagreeNeither Agree nor DisagreeAgreeStrongly Agree
A. There was widespread support for the Greenbook      Initiative among leadership of the various      participating organizations.12345
B. Senior managers of the various participating      organizations were actively involved in issues      regarding the co-occurrence of domestic violence      and child maltreatment.12345
C. Leaders of the various participating organizations      were willing to commit resources and/or staff time      for the Greenbook Initiative effort.12345
D. Senior managers and directors of key organizations      saw the co-occurrence of domestic violence and      child maltreatment as a problem in your community.12345
E. Stakeholders recognized the importance of issues      involving the co-occurrence of domestic violence      and child maltreatment. 12345
F. Local data on the co-occurrence of domestic      violence and child maltreatment were available in      your community.12345
G. There was a high level of expertise and training on      the co-occurrence of domestic violence and child      maltreatment among those working on the      Greenbook Initiative.12345
H. Local laws were conducive to developing      interagency collaborative relationships.12345
I. State laws were conducive to developing interagency     collaborative relationships.12345
J. Programs in your community were conducive to    developing interagency collaborative relationships.12345
K. There was a history of productive interaction among      courts, domestic violence providers, and child      protective agencies12345
L. Financial resources were readily available to      address domestic violence and child maltreatment      problems.12345
M.  Addressing the co-occurrence of domestic violence      and child maltreatment was a strong priority in      your community.12345