Evidence Based Effectiveness

671 Words3 Pages
Effectiveness of Evidence Based Programing Heidi Shank-Bridges Liberty Universtiy ABSTRACT An evidence-based practice is an approach to prevention by way of intervention, and has documented evidence of success. Evidence-based practice as it refers to juvenile justice issues are used to see how this practice is related to reducing juvenile delinquency, substance abuse, educational challenges, peer pressure, and family conflicts. The effectiveness is measured by the evidence collected. This intervention is utilized today not just because of its social effectiveness but to cost effectiveness also. An evidence-based practice carries a much lower price tag by treating a juvenile delinquent in the community than removing a youth from his…show more content…
(2008). Experiential treatment for juveniles who commit sexual offenses: A guided manualized approach utilizing the B.L.A.K.E. treatment program. The University of the Rockies). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, , 103. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/304364085 Boba, R. (2010). A practice-based evidence approach in Florida. Police Practice & Research, 11(2), 122-128. doi:10.1080/15614261003593021 Eichelberger, R. L. (2011). Family preservation in juvenile justice: The examination of two family preservation programs in texas. The University of Texas at San Antonio). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, , 93. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/305269837?accountid=12085. (305269837). Editorial: The problem with evidence-based practice. (2007). Behavior and Social Issues, 16(2), 109-110. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/229299400?accountid=12085 Falconer, M. K., Lederman, J. C. S., Pecora, P. J., Thompson, C. K. and DiLorenzo, P. (2012), Family-Centered Practice in Florida: Family Court Actions and Perceptions. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 63: 1–19. doi:

More about Evidence Based Effectiveness

Open Document