Outcomes Measurement in Family Dispute Resolution services

Outcomes Measurement in Family Dispute Resolution services

With funding from the Department of Social Services and the Attorney General’s Department, CFRE completed work with the Victorian Partnership of Family Relationship Centres (VPFRC). The objectives of this project were to develop and implement an evaluation framework and outcome measurement tool for Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) services, with a view to national roll-out and long-term sector outcome measurement. FDR services are embedded in the complex Family Law service system, and FDR processes and outcomes have implications not only for the families they service, but the complex social issues and systems they sit within.

CFRE is proud to launch this resource, which was recently published on the Attorney General’s website.

A copy of the report can be downloaded here.

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The CFRE team has extensive experience in conducting research and strong links with universities and research institutes. By reviewing current and past programs from national and international sources we can make recommendations regarding best practice for designing projects and programs. This includes identifying tools, models and evaluation strategies that would be most appropriate for the setting and context. We also conduct or support implementation and fidelity planning and evaluations for new programs.

For more information about our services, contact us at cfre@ds.org.au

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