Evaluation through pre and post-program surveys indicates that the Network had strong positive impact on participants in a number of areas, including:
- Household food security
- Physical health
- Mental health
Additionally, results are consistent in participants with high levels of childhood adversity. These results demonstrate a positive impact on mental and physical health and well-being for individuals with exposure to violence and adversity.
*Results are from members who filled out both baseline and follow up surveys and do not control for potential confounders.
For more detailed explanation of Network research methods and impact of Network programming across its implementation, see the full research reports below.