Evaluation Services

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Lisa Chaney
Director of Research & Evaluation
Greenbush provides comprehensive evaluation services for a wide range of agencies. Priority areas include needs assessment, youth substance use, drug-free community programs, school climate, and after-school programs. Following evaluative best practices, Greenbush offers experienced external evaluation staff that provide objective analysis and interpretation of program processes and outcomes for data-based decision making.

Evaluation Services

Designing evaluation plans – Whether simple process evaluation or complex quasi-experimental design, our evaluation team can help design individual plans based on program type and need.
Data collection and assessment of implementation – The Greenbush evaluation team will develop tools needed to collect data for monitoring and reporting and an overall data collection plan that clearly identifies appropriate data sources, team responsibilities, and include planned analyses timelines. Our team can assist in tracking and monitoring areas for improvement and progress toward meeting program goals
Data analysis – Depending on your design, analysis of data can range from simple reporting of frequency counts and demographics to measures of central tendency or more complex statistical analyses including analysis of variance or repeated measures. Appropriate analysis will help to interpret the outcomes to make sense of program data
Reporting – The Greenbush team understands that report content and features are dependent on audience. Whether that means online reporting for federal projects, or one-page infographics for community members, reports will be tailored to meet the need of each stakeholder group.
Survey development – The survey development team is proficient in developing surveys using a number of different software tools to produce simple to sophisticated surveys for both online and paper administration. Hand-written questions can also be captured for data analysis.
Data mapping – Data mapping allows stakeholders to visualize data and streamline understanding. School district, zip code, county, and state data can be overlayed to create a dynamic visual representation. Maps can also show ‘hot spots’ or areas representing data higher or lower than the state average.

Contracting Agencies

• Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, Kansas Prevention Collaborative
• Kansas Department for Children and Families, Rehabilitation Services
• Kansas Department of Defense
• Community Colleges
• Drug Free Community Grantees
• School Districts
• Approved contractor with the Kansas Department of Administration for Grant Writers, Reviewers and Evaluators
• Approved contractor with the Kansas Department for Children and Families for Program Evaluation, Analysis and Quality Assurance

Professional Memberships

• American Evaluation Association (AEA)
• Society for Prevention Research (SPR)
• Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE)
• Society for Community Research & Action (SCRA)
• American Psychological Association (APA)