The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) systematically produces reports showing program operations, service impact, and outcomes, highlighting the effectiveness of the ECCP® mental health consultation model and practices.
ECCP® disseminates information in a variety of reporting formats from system generated reporting on a specific population or outcome to quarterly reporting goals for ECCP® funders to state-level Results Based Accountability (RBA) reports.
Accurate and detailed reporting contributes to overall ECCP® program development and continual enhancement of service delivery. Reporting also provides a means for ECCP® Consultants to record and monitor their own work, showcasing the hours and types of service opportunities they provide and receive throughout a contract year. Consultants have the ability to document both direct and indirect services hours, which presents a more complete picture of the work they do. This approach to reporting supports staff development and professional growth, as well as augments the supervisory support provided by the ECCP® Program Management.
The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) represents a comprehensive system of care that is both data driven and results oriented. Data is critical to the foundation, operations, and communication of the program’s impact. Yet it is important to keep in mind that the program’s impact goes well beyond the data, as the data represents each individual child, parent, teacher, director, and care setting that ECCP® has served.