Among other highlights featured in this edition of the Casey Foundation’s newsletter is an overview of how the Foundation seeks to make evidence-based practice (EBP) the norm in serving children and families – from providing EBP tools to grant support of EBP efforts.
Table of Contents
Evidence-Based Practice to Improve Outcomes for Kids
Findings & Stats
Evidence-based practice approaches have been rigorously studied and tested to ensure proven results.
EBP works best when there’s a commitment to practicing therapies according to their specific guidelines.
For every $17K spent per youth in EBP treatment, there is an annual savings of $100K per youth kept out of prison.
Statements & Quotations
Casey is looking to provide guidance to public systems on how they can best partner with community organizations to use evidence-based practices to improve child outcomes.
In partnership with the Department of Probation, we have been able to help influence how judges make orders, how they allow clinicians to do the clinical work, and their patience in allowing these family systems to change.
– Sylvia Rowlands, New York Foundling Assistant Executive Director and Blue Sky Director
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