Program Evaluations

  • General Evaluation Guidance

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  • InsideOut Dad® Program in Maryland and Ohio Prisons (2009)

    InsideOut Dad® Program in Maryland and Ohio Prisons (2009)

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  • 24:7 Dad® A.M. Preliminary Evaluation (2006)

    24:7 Dad® A.M. Preliminary Evaluation (2006)

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  • 24:7 Dad®- Outcome Evaluation - Puerto Rican Family Institute (2011)

    24:7 Dad®- Outcome Evaluation - Puerto Rican Family Institute (2011)

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  • 24:7 Dad® Evaluation on Reducing Risk of Child Abuse and Neglect (2017)

    24:7 Dad® Evaluation on Reducing Risk of Child Abuse and Neglect (2017)

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  • 24:7 Dad®- Prisoner Reentry Project Report, Iowa State University (2012)

    24:7 Dad®- Prisoner Reentry Project Report, Iowa State University (2012)

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  • 24:7 Dad® Program in Hawaiʻi- Sample, Design, and Preliminary Results - University of Hawaiʻi (2015)

    24:7 Dad® Program in Hawaiʻi- Sample, Design, and Preliminary Results - University of Hawaiʻi (2015)

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  • Understanding Dad™- Five-Site Evaluation (Qualitative Portion-Peer Reviewed) (2020)

    Understanding Dad™- Five-Site Evaluation (Qualitative Portion-Peer Reviewed) (2020)

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  • Understanding Dad™- Pilot Study of a Program to Increase Mothers’ Understanding of Dads (2013)

    Understanding Dad™- Pilot Study of a Program to Increase Mothers’ Understanding of Dads (2013)

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  • Understanding Dad™- Five-Site Evaluation (Quantitative Portion-Peer Reviewed) (2021)

    Understanding Dad™- Five-Site Evaluation (Quantitative Portion-Peer Reviewed) (2021)

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  • InsideOut Dad® Guide to Family Ties Pre-Post Test Evaluation Report (2013)

    InsideOut Dad® Guide to Family Ties Pre-Post Test Evaluation Report (2013)

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  • National Fatherhood Initiative InsideOut Dad® Program (2008)

    National Fatherhood Initiative InsideOut Dad® Program (2008)

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  • 24:7 Dad®- Dads Matter - Performance Measures (2009-2010)

    24:7 Dad®- Dads Matter - Performance Measures (2009-2010)

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  • InsideOut Dad®- Examining the Outcomes of the InsideOut Dad Fatherhood Education Program With Incarcerated Minority Fathers (2020)

    InsideOut Dad®- Examining the Outcomes of the InsideOut Dad Fatherhood Education Program With Incarcerated Minority Fathers (2020)

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  • 24:7 Dad®- Strengthening Families and Fatherhood - Children of Fathers in the Criminal Justice System Project (2005-2008)

    24:7 Dad®- Strengthening Families and Fatherhood - Children of Fathers in the Criminal Justice System Project (2005-2008)

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  • Final Evaluation Report- Considering Contextual Influences on Fatherhood Program Participants' Experiences in Alabama (24:7 Dad®, 2019)

    Final Evaluation Report- Considering Contextual Influences on Fatherhood Program Participants' Experiences in Alabama (24:7 Dad®, 2019)

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  • 24:7 Dad® in a Multi-site Parent Education Intervention for Non-resident Fathers- Preliminary Project Evaluation (2019)

    24:7 Dad® in a Multi-site Parent Education Intervention for Non-resident Fathers- Preliminary Project Evaluation (2019)

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  • A Must-Read Evaluation of Fatherhood Programs

    A Must-Read Evaluation of Fatherhood Programs

    Learn about Fatherhood Research and Practice Network's (FRPN) recently published report on the effectiveness of responsible fatherhood programs.

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  • FRPN Free Webinar > Achieving High Response Rates and Dealing with Missing Data in Fatherhood Evaluations

    FRPN Free Webinar > Achieving High Response Rates and Dealing with Missing Data in Fatherhood Evaluations

    Learn more about this free webinar from FRPN on Achieving High Response Rates and Dealing with Missing Data in Fatherhood Evaluations

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  • RFP for Second Round of Evaluation Funding from FRPN

    RFP for Second Round of Evaluation Funding from FRPN

    Learn more about a second round of funding from the FRPN...

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