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The EvalGroup’s Clients

Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety

Funding Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Determined the impact of statewide highway safety programs that are aimed to reduce the count of motor vehicle fatalities; conducted data analyses using national dataset and statewide traffic records; provided recommendations for funding community-level programs; conducted hot-spot analysis to assist law enforcement focus efforts for high visibility enforcement efforts.
Broward County School District

Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Determined the impact of in-school health and sex education programs; conducted a policy evaluation to determine the degree at which school policies helped students feel safe; analyzed YRBS data in a comprehensive e-book for district-wide use; determined the utilization of the healthcare partnership referral system and provided actionable recommendations for programmatic improvement.
Coastal Workforce Development Board

Funding Source: Workforce Innovation Fund (WIF)

Developed the workforce strategic plan to assist workforce development agencies in helping residents in their community find and keep employment; engaged stakeholders, community members, agency partners, and other stakeholders in the development of the plan; used research and evidence based practices to guide programmatic recommendations.
South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services

Funding Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)

Executed a comprehensive process and outcome evaluation that demonstrated the change in recidivism based on new approaches and techniques implemented by law enforcement and probation/parole officers; obtained IRB approval for key informant interview and survey administration; presented actionable recommendations for programmatic improvement.
DeKalb County Workforce Development

Funding Source: Workforce Innovation Fund (WIF)

Determine the impact of temporary employment and job trainings on program participants and their ability to secure permanent employment; obtained IRB approval for key informant interview and survey administration; conducted statistical analyses to determine the relationship between program participation and wage increase; presented actionable recommendations for programmatic improvement.
DeKalb County Juvenile Court

Funding Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Conducted a comprehensive process and outcome evaluation to determine the changes in juvenile offender behaviors; used a quasi-experimental design (QED) with a comparison group; obtained IRB approval for key informant interview and survey administration; conducted analyses to determine statistical differences in outcomes of program participants and non-participants.
Georgia Junior Achievement

Funding Source: Junior Achievement USA

Provided a detailed data report that summarized the outcomes of the Junior Achievement financial literacy program and the relationship to student achievement; analyzed school district data (suspension, standardized test scores; etc.) and conducted statistical analyses to determine the relationship between program participation and student achievement.
Learn to Grow, Inc.

Funding Source: Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Division of Addictive Diseases Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)

Conducted a comprehensive process and outcome evaluation; provided technical assistance to help build internal and community level evaluation capacity.
Emory University – Southeast AIDS Education and Training Center (SEAETC) Program

Funding Source: Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part C

Conducted a feasibility study that assessed the access to dental care among patients living with HIV/AIDS in the Atlanta area; identified geographical disparities and specific areas were accessibility to quality dental health care was limited; provided actionable recommendations for programmatic improvement.
Safe States Alliance

Funding Source: Core State Violence and Injury Prevention Program (CORE SVIPP)

Assisted with the process and outcome evaluation of the grantees the received the CDC Core VIPP funding; administered electronic national surveys to state health departments annually; provide a state-by-state summary of programmatic activities and state health outcomes.
West Central Georgia Cancer Coalition (WCGCC)

Funding Source: Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Division of Addictive Diseases

Conducted a comprehensive process and outcome evaluation; provided technical assistance to help build internal and community level evaluation capacity.
National Minority Clinic and Research Association

Funding Source: Private Funders

Provided data analysis and reporting services to determine how case manager training improved the delivery of patient health care services; provided actionable recommendations for programmatic improvement.
The 100 Black Men of Greater Montgomery

Funding Source: Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families

Provided evaluation support to determine the outcomes of mentoring and sex education program among the adolescent participants; provided actionable recommendations for programmatic improvement.
South Carolina National Guard (SCARNG) – Health and Wellness Program

Funding Source: Department of Defense and the state of South Carolina

EvalGroup provided a Health and Wellness Program Coordinator and Health and Wellness Coaches within seven (7) regional locations throughout South Carolina. EvalGroup developed a customized health and wellness plan of action on a state-wide basis that assists Service Members, Family Members, and Retirees in creating, reaching, and maintaining health and wellness goals that will facilitate healthy lifestyles.
North Carolina Works (NCWorks)

Funding Source: Department of Commerce

Developed, designed, conducted and analyzed a customer satisfaction survey with participants and employers who receive workforce development services through the NC Works Career Centers and NC Works Online portal. This was a statewide customer satisfaction survey.