Inform Systems.
Transform Lives.

At Evident Change, we believe our social systems should help people reach their greatest potential, not create barriers to their success.

That’s why we partner with systems professionals and communities to get to the root of their biggest challenges, and we give them the tools and knowledge to achieve better outcomes for everyone involved.

Because when we join forces with those who work in our systems and the people they serve, we make those systems—and our society—more equitable from the inside out.

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Hear Us: “If It Can Be Broke, It Can Be Fixed”

January 20, 2023 | Race to Equity Project, Kids Forward

Over three years ago we started the HearUs podcast to amplify the voices of youth in the Wisconsin youth justi...

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In Some States, an Unpaid Foster Care Bill Could Mean Parents Lose Their Kids Forever

January 19, 2023 | Joseph Shapiro

In North Carolina and at least 11 other states, parents must pay a debt to the government—or they could lose t...
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NEWS OF INTEREST

Team Decision Making® May Improve Equity in Child Welfare

January 10, 2023 | Evident Change

A new brief from the Annie E. Casey Foundation outlines findings from a randomized controlled trial showing th...

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SafeMeasures®

SafeMeasures® transforms an agency’s case management data into valuable information they can act on.

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Structured Decision Making®

The Structured Decision Making® (SDM) model combines research with best practices for consistent, accurate social service decisions.

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Correctional Assessment and Intervention System™

The Correctional Assessment and Intervention System™ (CAIS) combines a risk assessment and a needs assessment to produce effective supervision strategies that help justice-involved people succeed.

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Juvenile Assessment & Intervention System™

The Juvenile Assessment and Intervention System™ (JAIS) provides a model for supervision of justice-involved young people, with an emphasis on rapport and customized support.

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