Learn, Innovate, Improve (LI²): Lessons from Adams County’s Efforts to Increase Engagement in the Colorado Works Program
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Jun 30, 2018
Results from this evaluation showed that the outreach strategy had a statistically significant impact on parents’ attendance rates at orientation sessions and initial case manager meetings:
- 64% of parents who received outreach from Adams Works attended their scheduled orientation session compared with 51% of parents who did not receive outreach
- 67% of parents who received outreach from Adams Works attended their first scheduled one-on-one meeting with a case manager compared with 58% of parents who did not receive outreach
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