The Research and Evaluation Group has had the pleasure of working with various companies and organizations to help them achieve program goals and objectives. Some of our clients/projects include:
Governor’s Office of Highway Safety
Learn to Grow, INC
Clinic for Education, Treatment, and Prevention of Addictions (CETPA)
National Minority Clinic and Research Association
The 100 Black Men of the Greater Montgomery
2011 Crash Analysis Statistic and Information Report
The purpose of this report is to present important, data driven information to the general public, governing bodies and policy makers. Throughout this document the content highlights important information and makes it more relevant to the general public. This data is presented in such a manner that the startling facts are put into perspective. The utilization of this report will encourage responsible driving practices, and create safer roadways throughout the Georgia communities. With this information it is our hope that individuals and organizations work to reduce the number of motor vehicle crashes that occur yearly on Georgia roads and highways.
Evaluation Report for Pilot Training Program
This project was a longitudinal study that monitored the change of knowledge and the delivery of quality care among case managers servicing Hepatitis B patients residing in Atlanta, Georgia. The project showed that live training in addition to launching of video online modules, helped case managers retain knowledge and improve the delivery of services to their patients.
Evaluation Report for Family Connections Program
This project was a longitudinal study that monitored the change in communication among Latino parents and children and youth positive decision making in Gwinnett County, Georgia. This study showed that an increase in communication among parents and children resulted in children more likely making healthier decisions in school and among their peers in the absence of parents. Better decision making was determined through surveys, report cards, attendance records, discipline records, and other school administrative documents.
Evaluation Report for Reduction of Alcohol Related Crashes
This project was a longitudinal study that monitored programmatic efforts and the incidences of alcohol related crashes in Fulton County, Georgia. The program efforts used national and local data to determine the best locations for sobriety checkpoints and other activities that were specific for a target demographic. Strategic planning and ongoing evaluations shows a reduction in all crashes and fatal crashes in the programmatic population reach.
Access to Oral Health—Feasibility Study
This project utilized Geographic Information Systems to determine the accessibility of specialized oral health care among a specific subgroup population. The feasibility study proposed budgetary adjustments in addition to relocation of workforce and other resources, to ensure equitable and quality services among the region of study.
Asthma Reduction in California Cities
The asthma reduction project was developed to reduce the amount of asthma related hospitalizations and emergency room visits. This project was targeted towards the larger cities with pollution issues and higher incidences of asthma attacks among adolescents and adults.
Equal Employment Opportunity Assessment
A demographic assessment was used in Baldwin County, AL court system to determine equal hiring among the qualified applicant pool in the surrounding area. Research findings that summarized data from various sources were used for legislative review.
Get Up & Get Out—Health Promotion Program
“Get Up & Get Out” program was developed as a community intervention targeted towards African American women. It is used to encourage women, adolescents, and high risk persons to be physically active and to find creative ways to achieve the recommended daily physical activity.
Program Evaluation in the Oral Healthcare among Patients Living with HIV/AIDS
A comprehensive evaluation of oral health services that specialized in caring for patient living with HIV/AIDS in the metro-Atlanta region was conducted. The evaluation included an assessment of patient care, delivery of services, the impact and efficiency of the program, in addition to client satisfaction.