MOST and WISE Club Evaluations  

At Men Can Stop Rape, we value evaluation and strive to make sure that we are serving our young people and community in a way that is transformative.

In 2003, The National Crime Prevention Council profiled our Men of Strength (MOST) Club as one of the nation's most promising "50 Strategies to Prevent Violent Domestic Crimes." 

Later that year, Gloria Steinem, Yoko Ono and the Ms. Foundation for Women presented MCSR with a Gloria Award for being a “pioneer ahead of its time." 

In 2005, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified the MOST Club as among the top four gender violence prevention programs in the country and initiated a two-year project to evaluate the Club's impact. 

In 2007, MCSR was named the United States Changemakers winner in the competition to identify the world's most innovative domestic violence prevention programs, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Analyses of the 2004-2005 MOST Club evaluation data were conducted and revealed favorable changes related to knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors after completion of the 16-week MOST Club.

Read the entire report  here .

Men Can Stop Rape's 2009-2010 evaluation results provide some illuminating quantitative data about the effect of the Men of Strength (MOST) Clubs.

Read the entire report here.

Click here to download the evaluations of our MOST Club program.

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