October 20, 2016
Evidence Based Associates Awarded Contract by Virginia Governor McAuliffe
for Treatment Services and Juvenile Correction Center Alternatives
Governor McAuliffe today announced that the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) has awarded contracts to two experienced
service coordination agencies to develop a statewide continuum of evidence-based treatment services and alternatives to placement
in state operated juvenile correctional centers. The two agencies awarded the contracts are AMIkids (AMI) and Evidence Based
Associates (EBA), and will assist in the transformation of Virginia’s juvenile justice system.[...]
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Join Us at the 2016 DC Summit
Department of Behavioral Health 6th Annual DC Summit on Evidence-Based & Innovative Programs for Children, Youth, and Families Monday, October 31, 2016 | 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM | Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
Summit Theme: The Cultural Fabric of Behavioral Health Services: The Impact of Culture on Treatment.
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.
The Council of State Governments Justice Center
Earlier this month, The Council of State Governments Justice Center released a comprehensive report on the core principles for reducing recidivism and improving other outcomes for youth in the juvenile justice system. DOWNLOAD REPORT
Join EBA at the 2016 Blueprints Conference at The Westin Westminster just outside of Denver on April 11-13, 2016 LEARN MORE
In the past five years, juvenile justice reform legislation in the United States has grown at a remarkable pace. This report from the National Conference of State Legislature provides insight from 2011-2015.
EBA Showcases Global Footprint for Three Model Programs
Each year, EBA shares insight into the impact being made by three model community-based programs.
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.