The Power of Effective Evaluation
Since 1991, LeCroy & Milligan Associates has helped organizations in the public and private sectors to document their impact and improve their services through meaningful program evaluation, research, technical assistance and training.
We carry out research and evaluation projects that help organizations to implement evidence-based programs and practices and document the outcomes of those efforts. We are experts in management and analysis of data for effective use in organizational decision-making.
We bring a depth of expertise, diverse experience and a responsive approach to our work with clients.Our primary areas of expertise include family and child services, education, health and mental health, juvenile and adult justice, coalition work, and prevention.
We support a wide range of non-profit organizations, coalitions, educational institutions, foundations, and federal, state and local government agencies. We have worked with many organizations for years to demonstrate their impact as programs grow and new project needs arise.
The Healthy Families Parenting Inventory (HFPI) is a valid and reliable outcome measure that measures change in nine parenting domains.The HFPI is widely used across the U.S. and internationally in many models of home visitation, family support and early childhood programs.
A sample of partners we've been proud to serve
What Our Partners Say about LMA
"I have contracted with LeCroy and Milligan for the past 11 years on a variety of projects. The level of professionalism and dedication to each individual project is superb. The work is accurate and the reports are professionally presented with comprehensive information.
The staff at LMA are conscientious and engaging. The level of expertise, great customer support, and reasonable pricing make LMA my preferred choice for evaluation services!"
Amy Bass, M.S.W., Director of Prevention, Pima County Community Prevention Coalition
"Their team understands complexities with research, evaluation, and program implementation, they are thoughtful to create a participatory evaluation approach (where feasible), and they communicate successes and challenges along the way.
I really appreciate their high quality work and collaboration to understand how services can be improved for families and children!"
Allison Kemner, Vice President Research and Quality Improvement,
Parents as Teachers National Center