Impact Dashboard

The Family Conservancy Performance Measurement Snapshot

In 2020, The Family Conservancy launched our Theory of Change to define how we will measure our impact and advancement of our mission in the Kansas City Metro. Throughout 2021, our agency formulated this agency dashboard to quickly and effectively analyze our agency’s performance in advancing our Theory of Change. Our hope is that this agency dashboard provides us with timely data so that we can provide proactive quality improvement and enhanced service delivery to the children and families we serve.

Building Brains

Children transition to kindergarten ready for success.

Participants who advanced kindergarten readiness.

Q2 2022 Data Highlights*

  • 818 children showed an increase in protective factors (characteristics, conditions, or behaviors that increase the health and well-being of children and families).

Success Story

Empowering Families

Parents experience increased well-being, and advocate for their children.

Q2 2022 Data Highlights*

  • While facing an unexpected life event and/or waiting for their child care subsidy application to be approved, 105 families were able to keep their children in quality child care because they received gap funding.

Success Story

Families who improved well-being and social connection.
Strengthening Resilience

Individuals and families develop social-emotional skills and healthy relationships, learn coping skills and heal from trauma.

Individuals and families who accessed affordable mental health care.

Q2 2022 Data Highlights*

  • 23 mothers completed postpartum depression therapy.

Success Story

Combined Impact

Maximizing Kansas City’s Greatest Opportunity

Program participants measured against key performance measurement indicators.

*Agency dashboard data is comprised of Key Performance Indicators. Data will be updated quarterly and measured against annual (calendar year) goals.