- Healthy Default Beverage Project (HDB)
- Impact Outcome Evaluation (IOE)
- Program Evaluation and Reporting System (PEARS)
- Site-Level Assessment Questionnaires (SLAQs)
- Adult Direct Education Evaluation
- Evaluation Activity Timelines (all projects)
NPI evaluation staff have worked with LHDs in 10 counties to identify opportunities to increase consumption of milk and water among children in conjunction with new legislation promoting healthy beverages to be included in kids' meals. Implementation of this project is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
HDB Project Contact: Anna Martin
California Local Health Departments receiving $400,000 or more in funding annually are required to complete impact or outcome evaluation of their CalFresh Healthy Living interventions.
IOE Project Lead and Contact: Amanda Linares
Regular communication about the IOE project is sent via the Collaborative Tools site. Please contact Amanda for access to this site.
All of California's Local Health Departments use PEARS to complete annual reporting of their CalFresh Healthy Living interventions.
PEARS Project Lead: Carolyn Rider
PEARS Project Contact: NPI Evaluation Team
Regular communication about the PEARS project is sent via a monthly newsletter. Please complete this form to subscribe.
California local health departments use SLAQs to complete an annual assessment of all school, early care and education, out-of-school, and retail sites where they are engaged in site-level PSE work.
SLAQ Project Lead: Janice Kao
SLAQ Project Contact: NPI Evaluation Team
Regular communication about the SLAQ project is sent via the Collaborative Tools listserv. Please contact the NPI Evaluation Team for access to this site.
Starting in FFY 2022, California Local Health Departments are required to evaluate their CalFresh Healthy Living 4+ session adult direct education via pre- and post-test.
Adult Direct Education Project Lead and Contact: Amanda Linares
The Evaluation Activity Timelines outlines the timelines for completing activities for IOE, PEARS, and SLAQs.