Adopted: 8/17/2010 Updated: 6/15/2012. Logic Model: Family Life Management Center. Developed by New York City Mission Society Department of Quality & Evaluation. Outcomes – Impact Short Term Medium Term Long Term. Inputs. Activities. Outputs.
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Adopted: 8/17/2010 Updated: 6/15/2012
Logic Model: Family Life Management Center
Developed by New York City Mission Society
Department of Quality & Evaluation
Outcomes – Impact
Short Term Medium Term Long Term
Parents/guardians understand their responsibility and learn skills to ensure a safe and supportive home environment for their children
Parents/guardians and children develop skills to address presenting problems and change negative behaviors
Children learn strategies to cope with challenges
Children grow up in a safe and supportive environment
Families are stronger and healthier, leading to greater success and personal development for children
Rates of domestic violence, substance abuse, and other risks to family health and safety are reduced
Foster care or out-of-home placement is reduced
Community becomes stronger
Parents/guardians demonstrate the ability to provide a safe and supportive environment for their children
Safety is increased and risk is reduced for families
Children are safe from violence, abuse, and neglect
Children increase school attendance and achievement, and engage in positive behaviors
Families access necessary health, mental health, substance abuse, DV, etc., services
Problem statement: Families impacted by poverty and diminished opportunities often face challenges that are exacerbated by issues such as domestic violence and substance abuse, as well as lack of access to general resources. This in turn leads to the increased likelihood of child abuse or neglect, which can then lead to placement of the children out of their homes.