Toolkit

The Civil Legal Outcomes Toolkit was created by staff at the Legal Services Corporation and was funded by a grant from the Public Welfare Foundation . The purpose of this toolkit is to assist LSC-...
Below is a list of states and programs using IOLTA-type outcomes systems developed in consultation with The Resource for Great Programs. States Where Funders Require Outcomes Data States requiring...
Activities are the things your program does. These include, but are not limited to: providing extended representation or limited services to clients; operating a hotline; conducting research;...
Outcomes are the results of a program’s services for its clients or community. They measure changes in clients’ circumstances, conditions and attitudes that result from the program’s work or changes...
What Are Outcomes? How Are They Different from Outputs? Outcomes are the results of a program’s services for its clients or community. They measure changes in clients’ circumstances, conditions and...
Outcomes measures are valuable management tools that can help programs improve client services and organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Some key ways outcomes help include: Framing mission...
Introduction This Outcomes System Toolkit provides information and guidance materials to help grantees develop or improve their use of outcomes. Outcome measures are essential components of an...
Outcomes measures systems have two major components: Major outcomes and indicators: The substantive content of the system. Data collection systems and procedures: The procedures and technical systems...
The basic procedures and systems programs use to collect and analyze outcomes data about their client services can be relatively simple conceptually. Once a program identifies the specific types of...
Using Outcomes Data Reports Outcome measures are essential components of an effective program management and improvement system . Programs can produce reports tailored for specific purposes and...

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