Measurement and Evaluation Series

This paper series covers the critical topics of program evaluation, performance measurement, and evidence-based practice (EBP). The purpose of the series is to inform the broader community of veteran- and military-family-serving organizations by highlighting examples of veteran- and military-family-serving organizations employing various methods of EBP, program evaluation, and assessment. By highlighting leading practices across the U.S., this series aims to promote learning and greater impact in service delivery across our nation’s evolving and maturing community of organizations that serve veterans and their families.

I. Enriching Veterans’ Lives Through an Evidence-Based Approach: A Case Illustration of Team Red, White & Blue

The first case in this series highlights the evaluation efforts of Team Red, White & Blue. Their leading practice program measurement and evaluation involves the integration of theory and research to evaluate and drive programming as an evidence-based wellness intervention. In turn, this produces data that informs Team RWB’s own organizational practice.

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