The Campus-based Advocacy Evaluation Toolkit
Advocacy is a potentially powerful tool for addressing and mitigating some of the effects of intimate partner violence and sexual assault victimization. Community-based advocacy models, such as those in shelters and non-residential centers, have strong evidence of improving outcomes for survivors. College campuses have been adapting advocacy models for survivors of violence but with little evaluation. Evaluation is vital for campus-based advocacy to improve services for survivors, highlight advocate and survivor strengths, and provide evidence of the beneficial impact of programs. The Campus-based Advocacy Evaluation Toolkit provides guidance and tools for implementation and evaluation.