The Co-Creating Evidence Evaluation Project (CCE) was a multi-site evaluation of eight community-based programs located across Canada that support women in the prevention of FASD through harm reduction oriented, trauma informed, culturally safe and women centered approaches. With programs located in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, this four-year evaluation project (2017-2020) had three main research questions:
- What are the common elements of the diverse Level 3 programs across Canada?
- What program components are helpful from women’s perspectives?
- What are best measures to evidence outcomes and what outcomes are being achieved?
The Centre of Excellence has been fortunate to work in partnership with Nota Bene Consulting Group on the CCE study. From this project, resources for service providers, researchers, and policy makers alike have been created to highlight key findings and share promising practices.
- A digital handbook on wraparound programs
- A 96 page full report on the study findings
- An 8 page executive summary
- 12 2-page info sheets on key components found helpful:
- What is a Wraparound Program for Pregnant and Parenting Women?
- Creating Wraparound Programs – Partnerships are Essential
- Wraparound Programs through an Indigenous Cultural Lens
- Wraparound Programs and Trauma-informed Practice
- Food Security/Nutrition and Basic Needs Support through Wraparound Programs
- Outreach and Wraparound Programs
- Peer Mentoring and Wraparound Programs
- Improving Housing through Wraparound Programs
- Reducing Substance Use through Wraparound Programs
- Mother-child Connections, Child Welfare and Wraparound Programs
- Improving Women’s and Children’s Wellness through Wraparound Programs
- Co-Creating Evidence Study – Frequently Asked Questions
- Journal articles:
Funding for this project has been received from the Public Health Agency of Canada, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) National Strategic Project Fund. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.