Jennifer A. Aborn, B.S.

Researcher

Phone: (503) 243-2436, ext. 111

Fax: (503) 243-2454

Email: aborn@npcresearch.com

Jennifer Aborn has worked in the areas of youth mentoring program evaluations and drug court evaluations. Her duties have included gathering, cleaning, coding and entering data on a variety of projects and with a broad range of data types—from in-person interviews to criminal justice records; hiring, training, and supervising field interviewers; collecting and coordinating a variety of data including program, school district, treatment and administrative data; database development and management; facilitating focus groups, assisting with survey development, qualitative data coding and analysis, and assisting with report writing.

Ms. Aborn worked for the Metropolitan Public Defender’s Office for nearly 9 years, the last 5 as a legal assistant. She joined NPC Research in 1999 as a Data Entry Specialist and in 2001 moved to the role of Research Coordinator. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Portland State University in 1996.

More information on Jennifer Aborn

Projects, Publications, and Presentations

On this page you can access all the reports, publications, and projects relevant to specific staff and available to the public from NPC Research. In one of the fields below, enter a title, choose a type (project, publication, or presentation) from the drop-down menu, or choose a topic area from the drop-down. The results will sort automatically. Click on bold type for more information on any item of interest.

Title Type Category
Evaluation of Parenting Programs for Multnomah County (OR) Drug Courts project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Healthy Families Oregon Evaluation project Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Clark County Therapeutic Courts Peer-to-Peer Recovery Mentoring project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Evaluation of the Family Recovery Program – Baltimore project Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Green, B. L., Tarte, J. M., Aborn, J. A., & Croome, J. T. (January 2015) Statewide Evaluation Results 2013-2014: Healthy Families Oregon Portland, OR: NPC Research
Report / Outcomes Summary /
publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
The Lucas County Pathways to Success Initiative project Juvenile Justice, Youth Development
Green, B. L., Tarte, J. M., Aborn, J. A., & Croome, J. T. (February 2014) Statewide Evaluation Results 2012 – 2013: Healthy Families Oregon Portland, OR: NPC Research
Report /
publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Mackin, J. R., Aborn, J. A., Sanders, M. B., Kissick, K., & Carey, S. M. (Sept. 2013) Marion County Fostering Attachment Treatment Court Follow-up Process and Outcome Evaluation Report. Submitted to the Marion County Children & Families Department and the Marion County Circuit Court.
Report /
publication Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Green, B. L., Tarte, J. M., Aborn, J. A., & Talkington, A. (Feb. 2013) Healthy Start~Healthy Families Oregon Evaluation Report 2011-12 Submitted to the Early Learning Council, State of Oregon. Portland, OR: NPC Research.
Report / Executive Summary /
publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Evaluation of the Charles County Family Recovery Program project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Statewide Evaluation of Colorado’s Drug Courts and DWI Courts project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Tarte, J. M., & Aborn, J. A. (June 2012) Reading for Healthy Families: Final Evaluation Report. Submitted to Oregon Commission on Children and Families. NPC Research: Portland, OR.
Report /
publication Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Literacy
Ohio Family Dependency Treatment Court Evaluation project Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Reading for Healthy Families project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Literacy
Carey, S. M., Sanders, M. B., Waller, M. S., Burrus, S. W. M., & Aborn, J. A. (March 2010) Marion County Fostering Attachment Treatment Court – Process, Outcome and Cost Evaluation: Final Report. Submitted to the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission. Portland, OR: NPC Research
Report /
publication Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Carey, S. M., Sanders, M. B., Waller, M. S., Burrus, S. W. M., & Aborn, J. A. (March 2010) Jackson County Community Family Court – Outcome and Cost Evaluation: Final Report. Submitted to the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission. Portland, OR: NPC Research
Report /
publication Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
10 Key Components Best Practices Study project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
10 Key Components of Drug Court Technical Assistance to SAMHSA Adult Drug Court Grantees project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Maryland Statewide Drug Court Evaluation project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Oregon Byrne Drug Court Evaluation project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Oregon Healthy Teens School Survey project Community Health
Mackin, J. R., Lucas, L. M., Lambarth, C. H., Waller, M. S., Weller, J. M., Aborn, J. A., Linhares, R., Allen, T. L., Carey, S. M., & Finigan, M. W. (June 2009) Baltimore City District Court Adult Drug Treatment Court 10-Year Outcome and Cost Evaluation. A report to the Maryland Judiciary, Office of Problem-Solving Courts. NPC Research: Portland, OR.
Report /
publication Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Burrus, S. W. M., Mackin, J. R., & Aborn, J. A. (Aug. 2008) Baltimore City Family Recovery Program (FRC) Independent Evaluation: Outcome and Cost Report A report to the Maryland Judiciary, Office of Problem-Solving Courts. NPC Research: Portland, OR.
Report /
publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention
A Cost Evaluation of Rutland County Adult Drug Court project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Family Treatment Drug Court Evaluation project Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Methamphetamine Users in Missouri Drug Courts: Program Elements Associated with Success project Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
California Dependency Court Stakeholder Focus Group Study project Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts
Burrus, S. W. M., Worcel, S. D., & Aborn, J. A. (March 2008) Harford County Family Recovery Court (FRC) Evaluation: Process, Outcome and Cost Report Prepared for Harford County Family Recovery Court, Bel Air, MD. NPC Research: Portland, OR.
Report / Evalation Summary /
publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts
Harford County Family Recovery Court Evaluation project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Minnesota Drug Court Funding and Services Provision Analysis project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Public Private Ventures Impact Study of Friends of the Children, Portland project Youth Development
Green, B. L., Finigan, M. W., Worcel, S. D., Furrer, C. J., Burrus, S. W. M., Aborn, J. A., & Jones, B. (June 2007) Are Family Treatment Drug Courts Effective? Results from a four site national study NPC Research: Portland, OR.
Powerpoint /
publication Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Washington County Juvenile Department Repeat Offender Prevention Program (ROPP) Evaluation project Criminal Justice, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Juvenile Justice
Green, B. L., Finigan, M. W., Worcel, S. D., Furrer, C. J., Burrus, S. W. M., Aborn, J. A., & Jones, B. (2007, June) Are Family Treatment Drug Courts Effective? Results from a four site national study. Presented at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Powerpoint /
presentation Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Oregon Drug Courts Cost Evaluation project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Homestead Youth & Family Services – Phase 2 project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Juvenile Justice