Providers can enter data for each participant session, including:
The Annie E. Casey Foundation (AECF) has partnered with 3C Institute to customize 3C’s Impact implementation support platform to meet the data collection and analysis needs of several evidence-based programs (EBPs) selected by the Foundation. Impact streamlines collection and reporting of fidelity, progress, and outcomes data to support broad scale implementation of these EBPs for improving health and well-being.
A private philanthropic organization based in Baltimore, Maryland, the Annie E. Casey Foundation focuses its grant-giving on agencies and institutions working on creative, cost-effective solutions to the issues negatively impacting children, including poverty, the juvenile justice system, lack of educational opportunities, and disconnection from family and community.
AM/MAP is a school-based mentoring program to change the negative school behavior of middle school youth. The two-year intervention uses small group meetings and is designed to reduce drug abuse and school failure among high-risk adolescents.
Dr. Brenna Bry chose Impact to replace a system currently used to collected fidelity data for AM/MAP, She selected Impact for the ability to customize the support system to meet the needs of the AM/MAP intervention, and for its robust data collection and reporting capabilities.
3C Institute is continuing a longstanding and successful partnership with the developers of CBITS, the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools. With funding from the National Institute of Mental Health, 3C is integrating the CBITS intervention in Impact.