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1 TDV Environmental Scan Jon Roesler, et al. TDV Reception August 12, 2010 St. Paul, MN

2 Background What? So What? Now What?

3 What is TDV Prevention? Dating Violence: physical, sexual, or psychological/emotional violence within a dating relationship Age Group: dating violence activities among high risk youth ages Primary Prevention: Aims to reduce first-time perpetration & victimization

4 What is Minnesotas TDV Project? 22 month, $390K grant from CDC bring together partners identify & evaluate TDV prevention programs Identify gaps develop a plan to prevent TDV Partnerships! MDH Sexual Violence Prevention Program Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women Other partners Five other states w/ similar grants – California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, & Pennsylvania

5 Environmental Scan Purpose To better understand: current TDV prevention activities local leadership & support for TDV prevention Focus on identifying: primary prevention programs activities organizational policies organizational evaluation activities

6 Methods

7 Population Focus 7-county TC Metro Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, & Washington 2.8 million people (other 80 MN counties have 2.4 million) 384,358 youth ages 10-19

8 Questionnaire Development CDC Core Questions (Part I, Appendix 1) State Alliance Questions (Part II, Appendix 3 ) Instruments Piloted

9 Risk/Protective Factors Mentoring Alcohol Consumption Healthy Relationships Gender Equity

10 Survey Administration In-person Interviews / Online Surveys 4 Types of Organizations Community Based Organizations (CBO) Schools Local Public Health (LPH) State Agencies (SA)

11 Participation Type of Organization # Recruited# ParticipatingResponse Rate CBO % Schools % LPH9667% SA6467% Total Organizations Participating: 228

12 Results

13 Conclusions The Right Organizations Participated Opportunity! - Technical Assistance (esp. on Evaluation) Opportunity! - LPH to partner w/ Schools Opportunity! – Build Capacity

14 Conclusion: The Right Organizations

15 8: Teen dating violence prevention is a priority in my organization 23% 18% 29% A priority for 60%

16 4: What age group(s) do you serve through these programs/activities? (Check all that apply)

17 5a: Gender (check all that apply)

18 Conclusion Opportunity for TA on Evaluation

19 6: What evaluation-related activities does your organization engage in regarding these programs/activities? ResponseFrequencyCount Evaluation planning29.8% 71 Logic model development16.0% 38 Evaluation tool/instrument development26.9% 64 Process data collection (monitoring and assessment of program implementation) 30.7% 73 Outcome data collection (measurement of program short/long term outcomes) 31.9% 76 Data analysis26.9% 64 Reporting of evaluation results29.0% 69 Sharing and/or presenting evaluation results with partners24.4% 58 Use of evaluation results in ongoing program planning29.4% 70 Other7.1% 17

20 6: What evaluation-related activities does your organization engage in regarding these programs/activities? ResponseFrequencyCount None32.4%

21 7: Who conducts these program evaluation activities for your organization? ResponseFrequencyCount In-house program evaluation staff person48.3% 115 University Contractor/Consultant1.7%4 Other Contractor/Consultant10.5%25 Total Responses238

22 Conclusion Opportunity for School & LPH Partnerships

23 Collaboration w/ LPH

24 Conclusion Opportunity for Increased Capacity

25 Q19: Is there anything youd like to add? Schools 1) TDV is an important issue! 2) Need to Build Capacity CBO 1) Need to Build Capacity 2) TDV is an important issue! 3) Need Technical Assistance

26 Sexual Violence Disability Traffic Crashes Brain Injury Trauma TDV Self-harm Suicide

27 Injury & Violence Prevention In Minnesotas Communities Programs Data Partnerships Targeted Programs Driven by Data Guided through Partnerships

28 Conclusions The Right Organizations Participated Opportunity! - Technical Assistance (esp. on Evaluation) Opportunity! - LPH to partner w/ Schools Opportunity! – Build Capacity

29 Whats Next? Policy Scan Evaluation Capacity Assessment State TDV Plan (write for TDV Implementation Grant)

30 What is a POLICY? Policy can be defined as: statutes, rules, regulations, executive orders, mandates, criteria, operating procedures, standards and other guidelines ORGANIZATIONAL PRACTICE

31 Purpose baseline inventory of TDV policies Research & review current policies related to effective (TDV) prevention within the TC Metro

32 Policy Scan Methods Archival review and Internet searches Key Informant Interviews

33 Injury & Violence Prevention In Minnesotas Communities Programs Data Partnerships Targeted Programs Driven by Data Guided through Partnerships


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