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Evident Change CEO Kathy Park and Director of Communications Erin Hanusa spoke with Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity about the process that led to rebranding and…
| by Sara Tiano | The Imprint
Parents Anonymous, a nationwide network serving parents who face mental health challenges, substance use, and domestic violence is one of just five programs designated by a federal review panel as an evidence-based path to improving child safety. Learn more about Parents Anonymous in this…
Each year, we recognize media from across the United States that further public understanding of Evident Change’s focus areas, including child welfare, youth justice, adult justice, and adult protection. Many of these topics are covered regularly by the media, yet their treatment is often…

Blog

August 12, 2022 | Simone Sawyer
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My first blog, "Finding Balance in Supervision," was my call to action for the justice system to refocus its efforts and create more individualized case plans for people on supervision. As I reread it now, I realize how lofty a goal that is from where I sit. As a third party, I only see the aftermat…
August 2, 2022 | Evident Change
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Last summer Evident Change launched an exciting effort: our first nationwide recruitment of bachelor’s-level interns through doctoral candidates to join us as research assistants. Our aim was to enhance Evident Change’s role in growing new researchers in the social justice space and to support the o…
July 28, 2022 | Speranza Gonzalez
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As a developing researcher at Evident Change, I’ve been focused on Team Decision Making® (TDM™) and child and family team (CFT) meetings. As a former foster youth, I have always thought of TDMs as a safe haven, so when I was given the opportunity to begin my research within TDM/CFT meetings, I jumpe…

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