Community Resilience and Recovery Initiative: Final Evaluation Report. 4.5. Community-Level Data


Finally, we turn to the community-level data reported by each grantee. The reader will recall that within the CRRI contract, grantees were required to collect indicators related to any changes in health and well-being in their communities. Some of these indicators were to be obtained from service providers (e.g., police would be asked for the number of domestic abuse calls each year, grantees would request data on the number of drug-related or alcohol-related admissions to area hospitals). In addition, to assess the effectiveness of their media campaigns and outreach and screening efforts, each grantee was to conduct a community-level survey each year of the grant. The data submitted were not comparable across the three sites, thus we look at each grantee's indicators separately.

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