Disclosure of Grant and Contribution Awards

Grant and Contribution Details: 2014-2015 - 1st Quarter
Recipient Name: RECIPROCAL CONSULTING
Location: West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Date: 2014-06-23
Value: $241,230.00
Type: Contribution
Purpose: The recipient proposes to evaluate the Intensive Support and Supervision Program (ISSP) offered by the British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family to high-risk young offenders as a community-based alternative to custody and to assist youth transitioning from custody to the community. This project will have two major phases. The first will be interviews with ISSP staff and other key stakeholders to identify the data needs, development of the study materials, and the refinement of the evaluation project methodology. The second phase of the evaluation will focus on the implementation of the ISSP program and interviewing approximately 80-120 youth involved in the ISSP program to determine their outcomes from the program.
Comments: Multi-year Project: from 20142015 to 20172018
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