ATLANTA, April 9, 2014 -- "...when we work with any human being, professionals must aspire to proven methods anlogo cebo1d approaches at all times - anything less ought to be deemed criminal." - Sobem Nwoko, Founder
In a joint statement today, the Evidence-Based Professionals Society and Joyfields Institute for Professional Development announced that The Southeastern Tidewater Opportunity Project of Hampton Roads, VA better known as The STOP Organization - Hampton Roads, VA became the first agency worldwide to meet the global standards to earn a provisional certification as a Certified Evidence-Based Organization (CEBO). To earn this distinction, The STOP Organization, also known as, underwent months of in-depth self-evaluation of the work they do and the degree to which they are evidence-based for serving their clients
The Evidence-Based Professionals Society and Joyfields Institute for Professional Development today jointly announced that the Berkshire County Sheriff's Office today has achieived the requirements for provisional certification as a Certified Evidence-Based Organization. To earn this distinction, Bershire County Sheriff's Office underwent months of in-depth self-evaluation and implementation of evidence-based approaches to enhance how they serve clients and staff.
Tule River Indian Youth Project (TRIYP) has completed the Fourth annual evaluation of the program which it began in 2010. The evaluations were conducted by Joyfields Institute, led by Dr. David Myers. In 2010, Tule River Tribal Nation received a 4-year grant from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Corrections Standards Authority, under the Tribal Youth Grant Program. This funding program is built upon the beliefs and values associated with Native culture, specifically as defined in the four Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) principles: