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MEASURE

 

MEASURING

OUTCOMES FOR MAXIMUM IMPACT

We measure impact to evaluate what does and does not work to always improve outcomes for the survivors we serve. Using the data we collect with clients, we rigorously assess our programs’ effectiveness to inform changes to our strategies.

 
 

RESTORE'S IMPACT FRAMEWORK

Restore evaluates success across programs using the indicators: Identification, Freedom, Well-being, Engagement (IF-WE).


"Restore's impact work is a model for how all human service agencies should evaluate their services."

— REBECCA J. MACY, PHD, ACSW, LCSW, L. RICHARDSON PREYER DISTINGUISHED CHAIR FOR STRENGTHENING FAMILIES, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
 
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WHAT ARE SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES FOR EACH INDICATOR?

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IDENTIFICATION

35% of clients who were not previously identified will identify as a survivor of trafficking

We believe 50% of the clients we engage with are victims of human trafficking, still leaving an identification gap of 15%.


 
 

FREEDOM

90% of clients identified as trafficked or at risk will be free from trafficking

10% of trafficking survivors will cooperate with law enforcement to prosecute their trafficker(s)


 
 

WELL-BEING

Average increase in physical and mental well-being over time for clients in all programs

Average decrease in stress, depression, negative coping, and post-traumatic stress for Safehome residents

At least 50% of clients enrolled in Economic Empowerment will complete the program


ENGAGEMENT

25% of clients identified as trafficked or at risk for trafficking will engage in a long-term service:

  • Case Management
  • Safehome
  • Clinical Counseling
  • Economic Empowerment