In 2009, Family Futures adopted a framework called Results-Based Accountability to make sure we’re focusing on our aspirations and desired results for families and children. The framework draws heavily on Mark Friedman’s Results-Based Accountability model in which communities are able to measurably improve the well-being of their citizens. In order to gauge the impact of our services and activities in Kent County, Family Futures focuses on three measures:
1. How much of any service or activity did we do?
2. How well did we do it?
3. What impact did it have on families and children we serve?
To learn more about the results of our measurement tools, visit our Results page.