ARISE Life Skill Lessons and Staff Training

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Evidence-Based Life Skills Lessons and Professional Staff Training
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ARISE Life Skills Curricula and Staff Training is Evidence Based

Evidence-Based Reports and Evaluations

We are grateful for the positive changes that have been made in the lives of at-risk youth and young adults who have been part of the ARISE program. ARISE salutes the dedicated people who conduct the ARISE groups with troubled, often violent teens. For more than 30 years, ARISE has been proud to offer solid evidence of impactful changes being made by its evidence-based, strength-centered curricula and staff training.

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Justice Research Center – Independent Evaluations

ARISE life-skills programs are based on five psychological models. We pride ourselves on the work we have accomplished that have been positively evaluated by several evidence-based studies. During the past 30 years, not one, not two, but three University of Miami tenured professors attested to the effectiveness of ARISE life-skills curricula and staff training in evidence-based studies. Please feel free to review the University of Miami study as well as other progress reports that we have submitted to various agencies about our work. ARISE 5-year Evidence-Based Executive Summary (University of Miami) 1997-2002

We are pleased to answer any questions you may have relating to ARISE Evidence-Based programs. Contact Us.

 

Additional Independant Program Reports

State of Florida — Juvenile Justice Program

State of Florida — Juvenile Justice Focus Group Results

State of Florida — Juvenile Justice Recidivism Data

District of Columbia Community Based Organizations – Juvenile Justice Programs

Title IV Department of Education Florida — Community Service Grant

Investment Summaries — How we are doing?

Society’s Return on Investment (SROI) – A report on the benefits the ARISE Life Skills Program has on High Risk Youth.

Evaluator CVs

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