National Mentoring Program National Mentoring Program

How Catholic Charities Reports to Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Outcomes I
Performance Measure Applicant’s Understanding Data Collection Methods

%  increase in the number of  program mentors recruited

Funding is provided to expand  mentoring services

% of program mentors successfully  Before being assigned to youth  each mentor must undergo a  completing training criminal background check and  training in youth development and  mentoring % of trained program mentors  with increased knowledge in  program area Mentor retention rate Program must demonstrate initial  and ongoing training provided for  mentors Youth have better outcomes when  the mentoring relationship lasts at  least 12 months or an entire  school year

Maintain a roster of mentors  including the date of recruitment,  completion of background checks  and training; report baseline and  growth periodically

Record pre‐ and post‐test scores  for all mentor training Dates for the beginning and  ending of each mentoring  relationship is recorded Maintain a roster of participating  youth; report baseline & growth  periodically

% increase in youth enrolled since  Funding is provided to expand  the beginning of the program  mentoring services period

Outcomes II
Performance Measure % of mentoring programs with  active partners Applicant’s Understanding Data Collection Methods Each agency will develop MOUs  with community partners and  will send a PDF of each to CCUSA Maintain spreadsheet of  M i t i dh t f partners’ services and resources  utilized

Mentoring programs require  active community partners  committed to the program’s  offering resources to achieve  optimal success.  Programs will  engage, retain and document  active partners and the services  they provide to participating  youth Each youth enrolled in the  # of program youth served program will undergo an  intake/assessment process that  % of program youth successfully  results in a formal record.   A  completing program  l ti service plan developed with the  i l d l d ith th participation of the youth, the  requirements mentor, and the youth’s family, if  % of program youth who offend  appropriate, will document goals  or reoffend and objectives.  Program staff  j g will regularly record  %  of program youth exhibiting  participation and progress  desired change in targeted  toward goals, as well as  behaviors setbacks, should they occur.  

Maintain electronic and/or hard  copy client charts and aggregate  rosters Reason for termination will be  recorded for all youth and % of  d df ll th d % f successful completion tabulated Maintain spreadsheet with  roster of participating youth  including main goals, milestones  and setbacks

Reporting • Quarterly Reports Quarterly Reports
– Programmatic
• Report form that mirrors DOJ requirements Report form that mirrors DOJ requirements • MOUs to prove relationships with outside agencies that are involved in your mentoring program • Truancy benchmarks and results • Math & English benchmarks and results • Graduation rates of eligible youth

– Financial

• Final Report

ID Convention for DAP
• Items captured in ID p
– Agency state – Agency diocese –S i l Special population l ti
• • • • None ‐ 0 Pregnant and Parenting ‐ 1 Military Family ‐ 2 Refugee ‐ 3

– Youth ID number – Pre/Post test

• E Examples: NYRoc001a, MABos303a, l NYR 001 MAB 303 WASea205a, KSSal110b

Site Visits
• Roster of Mentors includes – date of recruitment – completion of background checks and training – report baseline and growth periodically • R Record pre‐ and post‐test scores for all mentor d d tt t f ll t training; including developmental assets • Dates for the beginning and ending of each Dates for the beginning and ending of each mentoring relationship is recorded • Maintain a roster of participating youth; report baseline & growth periodically b l & h d ll

Site Visits continued • Maintain spreadsheet of partners’ services p p and resources utilized • Maintain electronic and/or hard copy client charts and aggregate rosters h d • Reason for termination will be recorded for all youth and % of successful completion all youth and % of successful completion tabulated Maintain spreadsheet with roster of • Maintain spreadsheet with roster of participating youth including main goals, milestones and setbacks • Policies and procedures

Next Steps • By March 15th you will receive the reporting By March 15 you will receive the reporting template • Reporting Webinars Reporting Webinars
– March 20th – 3pm Eastern –J June 19th – 3 19 3pm Eastern E

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