EvalIn April 2003, MCSR was one of four organizations nationwide to receive a technical assistance grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) designed to identify and evaluate best practices for primary prevention programs aimed at stopping young men and boys from committing sexual assault. Originally slated as a two-year project, the partnership evolved into a four-year relationship.

In the first year, MCSR created a logic model, outcome markers, and instruments to assess the impact of the organization’s Washington, DC-based MOST Club. The second year focused on implementation of the evaluation, data analysis, and dissemination of findings. The expansion into the third and fourth years involved instrumentation and fidelity testing to measure the causal relationship between the success of the Club and the specific process of curriculum implementation and facilitation. MCSR has continued to use these CDC-developed tools, including member pre and post-test surveys, non-member pre- and post-test surveys, staff interviews, and member and staff focus groups, to gain valuable quantitive and qualitative data on its programs.

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1 MOST Club 2004-2005 Evaluation
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