OFFICE OF JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTIONJUVENILE MENTORING GRANT PROGRAM
Bold indicates mandatory indicators.
Output Measure Definition Data Grantee Provides Record Data Here
Number and percent of youth with whom anevidence-based practice wasused
The number and percent of youth with whom anevidence-based practice was used. Evidence-based practice models include program modelsthat have been shown, through rigorousevaluation and replication, to be effective atpreventing or reducing juvenile delinquency or related risk factors, such as substance abuse.Model programs can come from many valid
sources (e.g., Blueprints, OJJDP‟s ModelPrograms Guide, SAMHSA‟s Model Programs,
state model program resources, etc.) A. The number of youth served using anevidence-based model or programB. The number of youth servedC. Percent (A/B)2
Increase in number of program mentors recruited
The number of new mentors recruited during the
reporting period. “Recruited” mentors are those
who have completed requirements to be ready for training.Program records are the preferred data source. A. The increase in number of program mentorsrecruited (ready for training) during thereporting period3
Number and percent of program mentorssuccessfully completingtraining
The number and percent of program mentorssuccessfully completing training during thereporting period.Program records are the preferred data source. A.
Number of program mentors successfullycompleting training during the reporting periodB.
Total number of program mentors who begantraining during the reporting periodC.
Number and percent of trained program mentorswith increased knowledge of the program area
The number of trained program mentorsdemonstrating increased knowledge of theprogram during the reporting period.Program records are the preferred data source. A. Number of trained program mentorsdemonstrating increased knowledge of theprogram during the reporting periodB. Number of trained program mentors (Auto fillfrom 3A)C. Percent (A/B)5
The number of program mentors retained by theprogram within the reporting period.Program records are the preferred data source. A. Number of mentors who have left the programduring the reporting periodB. The total number of mentors in the programduring the reporting periodC. (B
A)/B = Mentor Retention Rate6
Increase in youth enrolledsince the beginning of thegrant program
Increase in the number of youth enrolled (beingmentored) since the beginning of the grantprogram. A. Number of youth enrolled at the beginning of the reporting periodB. Number of NEW youth added during thereporting period