EBA Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary
For the past decade, EBA and its partners have laid the foundation for a road that leads to better outcomes for kids, improved public safety and reduced costs to society.

Taking Evidence-Based Programs to the Peach State
EBA is working with more than a dozen counties in Georgia to implement community-based, evidence-based programs - allowing youth to remain with their families at a fraction of the cost to taxpayers and with stronger results.
Virginia DJJ turns to EBA for Re-Entry Strategy
Via a competitive selection process, Evidence-Based Associates (EBA) was chosen to help Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice (VA DJJ) to assess their re-entry system and develop a strategic plan focused on improving outcomes for high-risk youth.
Evidence-Based Associates - Better Results. Guaranteed.
At EBA, we identify, introduce and rigorously implement innovative treatment programs that meet the needs of at-risk youth. In our experience, these evidence-based programs operate at lower cost than existing programs and achieve better outcomes.
We strengthen families and support communities through the high-quality
implementation of evidence-based programs.
EBA Focuses on “Pay for Success” Contracts
As “Pay for Success” contracts gain more and more traction in the United States, EBA focuses on being the 'scaling' expert for organizations and investors interested in “Pay for Success” contracts for youth-serving projects.
Featured Report: NCJA Report on Redirection
FLORIDA’S REDIRECTION INITIATIVE: Using Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Juvenile Outcomes and Save Taxpayers Money. READ FULL REPORT
EBA Proudly Sponsors Kids for Cash Movie
EBA is a proud sponsor of the riveting, emotional documentary, "Kids for Cash", directed by Robert May. VIEW THE TRAILER
EBA Showcases Global Footprint for Three Model Programs
Each year, EBA shares insight into the impact being made by three model community-based programs. DOWNLOAD PDF
Burning Down the House: The End of Juvenile Prison
The emotional and political failures throughout the juvenile justice system are depicted in this book through the voices of the children themselves - Written by Nell Bernstein, winner of a White House Champion of Change award.