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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New Paper Outlines Research Agenda to Address Needs of Dual-System Youth

June 10, 2024 | Evident Change

Evident Change and the Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab at Drexel University have co-authored a new pa...
New board members: Catherine Essig and Katharine Huffman.


Evident Change Welcomes Two New Board Members

June 7, 2024 | Evident Change

We are pleased to announce that Catherine Essig, JD, and Katharine Huffman, JD, recently joined Evident Change...
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Evident Change Presents at 49th Annual APPA Training Institute

June 4, 2024 | Evident Change

Evident Change staff Simone Sawyer, Katie Meyer, and Jeff Morino will present two sessions at the American Pro...



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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