• By Laura Whybra
  • Posted on Tuesday 15th March, 2016

Finding better evidence for “evidence-based” programs

Demand for cost-effective services to improve children’s welfare and wellbeing has grown dramatically in the past twenty years. But how can commissioners select programs will benefit young people and, importantly, avoid those that might prove harmful? Registries of evidence-based programs, such as Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development, provide a rigorously researched answer. In the U…

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