Tracking Participant Progress During COVID-19: What data to collect and why?
About this webinar: The COVID-19 pandemic has already had substantial impacts on how treatment courts operate and, on the services participants, receive. Are the changes you have implemented helping your participants? Has stopping some services harmed your participants? How do you know what the impacts are now, and long term? In this time of constant change and scarce resources, data collection and monitoring can help treatment courts keep track of how participants are doing and measure the impact of the changes you’ve made. Regular review of program operations and your data can also help improve the effectiveness of your program over time. This webinar will review the data you can and should collect, tips for how to collect it and examples for how to use it to measure participant progress and your treatment court impacts.
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