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Overview of the Hamilton Abuse Intervention Pilot Project (HAIPP) evaluation Clare Dominick

By: Dominick, Clare.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Health, 1995Description: xxv, 79 pages, Appendices.ISSN: 1173-1192.Subject(s): Hamilton Abuse Intervention Pilot Project (HAIPP) | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | ECONOMIC COSTS | EVALUATION | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PERPETRATOR PROGRAMMES | NEW ZEALAND | HAMILTONDDC classification: 362.8292 DOM Summary: This report was one of a series of reports on the Hamilton Abuse Intervention Pilot Project (HAIPP) commissioned by central government agencies. Its purpose was to draw together information from the series of studies which examined the implementation and outcomes of the HAIPP. The overall evaluation objectives were to: identify the key elements of an inter-agency approach; assess whether the HAIPP model of an integrated, inter-agency approach is suitable for adoption as a standard approach to responding to family violence, and; examines the costs and cost-effectiveness of this model. Over 18 reports were commissioned by central goverment agencies on HAIPP and this report draws on the results from these reports. They provide information on the implementation of HAIPP as well as outcomes and provide a broad base of information on which to draw conclusions regarding the HAIPP model. A copy of the executive summaries of nine of the reports are contained in Appendix B and all are referenced. The report outlines the problems that prompted HAIPP's introduction, describes how HAIPP addressed these problems and discusses the intended and actual implementation of HAIPP. It goes on the review the extent to which each of the interventions elements contributed toward achievement of project goals and to review the costs of HAIPP. Finally it considers the implications of the evaluation results for family violence policy development. (From the Executive summary). Record #6428
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This report was one of a series of reports on the Hamilton Abuse Intervention Pilot Project (HAIPP) commissioned by central government agencies. Its purpose was to draw together information from the series of studies which examined the implementation and outcomes of the HAIPP. The overall evaluation objectives were to: identify the key elements of an inter-agency approach; assess whether the HAIPP model of an integrated, inter-agency approach is suitable for adoption as a standard approach to responding to family violence, and; examines the costs and cost-effectiveness of this model.

Over 18 reports were commissioned by central goverment agencies on HAIPP and this report draws on the results from these reports. They provide information on the implementation of HAIPP as well as outcomes and provide a broad base of information on which to draw conclusions regarding the HAIPP model. A copy of the executive summaries of nine of the reports are contained in Appendix B and all are referenced.

The report outlines the problems that prompted HAIPP's introduction, describes how HAIPP addressed these problems and discusses the intended and actual implementation of HAIPP. It goes on the review the extent to which each of the interventions elements contributed toward achievement of project goals and to review the costs of HAIPP. Finally it considers the implications of the evaluation results for family violence policy development. (From the Executive summary). Record #6428