Prevention Annual Reporting

Annual reporting allows funded statewide prevention providers to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of their services for the youth, families, and/or the communities they serve.
Annual Reports must be submitted via the WITNYS system by September 29, 2023.

To gain a better understanding of the outcomes associated with prevention programming and to improve the delivery of services to communities who need it most, OASAS requires providers to evaluate their program effectiveness.

These results can be used to make sure that prevention providers impact their community as intended and make data-driven decisions regarding modifications to their workplan to ensure that they are meeting ever changing community needs. It also allows providers to demonstrate their positive outcomes and market their findings to current and potentially future collaborators.

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Annual Reports must be submitted via the WITNYS system by September 29, 2023. Please direct questions to [email protected].