Measuring sucess

Some example measures of success and tools to measure them are provided. You may find these a useful starting point for measuring the success of your program.

Process measures • number of community events held
• number of attendees
• number/quality of resources and materials distributed
• number of volunteers
• number of partnerships established.
Impact and outcome measures Subjective (self-reported) data:
• perceived social network support
• perceived safety
• sense of belonging within the neighbourhood
• awareness of AOD harms in the community
• community connection and cohesion.

Objective data:
• participation in clubs and activities (e.g. arts and cultural activities, sporting clubs)
• level of volunteering
• use of public spaces and accessing natural environment
• amenity improvements.
Tools to measure success • feedback sheets or questionnaires (pre- and post)
• surveys
• focus groups
• interviews
• verbal feedback from community members
• document analysis (e.g. meeting minutes)
• partnerships analysis
• local population health data (e.g. community survey data).
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