Boys and Girls Clubs across Canada (BGCC) have a positive life changing impact on children, youth and families. The Models for Success outcomes measurement model enables Clubs to increase the quality and value of programs for children, youth and families and have the evidence to demonstrate this impact.
The model has Short, Mid, and Adult outcomes. Developed by Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada it highlights the common features and core programming areas offered by Clubs, and the positive outcomes for children and youth that are achieved through them. Elements are grounded by the latest research in child & youth development, and Club Core Values.
Programs enhance young people’s physical & mental health & well-being, mitigate poverty, enhance educational outcomes, & help set children & youth on the track to success!
"Our programs keep children safe when parents are at work; keep youth off the street and teach them leadership skills; provide youth counselling and support to families; keep young people active and physically fit; and give them access to caring adults that can model positive values and guide them toward good decisions. These programs are even more critical for families facing financial challenges." Scott Robertson, Executive Director BGCKL
The Club uses evaluation tools to collect
information such as assessment tools (listed below), surveys, face to face
meetings. Evaluations offer feedback from the lens of
children, youth, families, partners etc. and assist with the
development of future plans/ improvements. The Club strives to incorporate the outcomes measurement model into training and the evaluation process to
promote impacts and outcomes achieved. Current quality assurance and assessment tools include:
-HIGH FIVE (programs for children ages 6-12)
-RAISING THE BAR (licensed childcare programs)
-DECA Devereux Early Childhood Assessment tool (licensed childcare programs)
-CANS Child Adolescent Needs Assessment tool (Support services)
-Cafas Child Adolescent functioning assessment scale (Adventure Quest)
-Dessa Deveraux student strength assessment tool (Reach)