Final Report on the Evaluation of the Enhanced Domestic Abuse Intervention Program

Melanie Shepard and Dennis Falk with Michael Raschick

This report summarizes the evaluation of the Enhanced Domestic Evaluation Intervention Program that was developed by Minnesota Program Development, Inc. during the period 1994-1999. This project was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with the purpose of developing a coordinated community response to domestic violence. Each of the components listed below can be read as a "pdf" file with Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download to your computer if you do not have this application. You can then print that component if you would like and go back to this page on your browser.

Acknowledgements

Executive Summary

Introduction

Section A: Identification of Domestic Violence and Referral by Employee Assistance Counselors and Public Health Nurses

Section B: Overall Effectiveness of the Enhanced Domestic Abuse Intervention Project

Section C: Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Enhanced Men's Non-Violence Program

Section D: Relationship Between Risk Factors and Levels of Intervention

Section E: Relationship Between Risk Factors and Program Outcomes

Summary and Conclusion

References

Appendix (not currently available on the Internet)

 

This research was made possible by Grant No. U50/CCU511327 awarded to Minnesota Program Development, Inc. by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and by the cooperation of a number of agencies working with the Domestic Abuse Intervention Program in Duluth, Minnesota. The content of this report is solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official view of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or other parties involved in the project.


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