Lyndsey Smith, B.A.


Phone: (503) 243-2436

Fax: (503) 243-2454


Lyndsey Smith joined NPC Research in August 2019 as a Researcher. Ms. Smith has broad data manipulation, cleaning, and analysis experience, as well as in-depth knowledge of statistical packages including SPSS, STATA, and Eviews. Her background also includes research and cost analysis.

Among other roles, Ms. Smith serves on a team evaluating Pennsylvania treatment courts. This encompasses a process, outcome, and cost evaluation of adult drug courts, DUI courts, mental health courts, and veterans’ treatment courts, using the Best Practices assessment. Although she is primarily an outcome analyst, she also contributes to proposal writing and presentations.

Ms. Smith earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Whitman College.

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Projects, Publications, and Presentations

On this page you can access all the reports, publications, and projects relevant to specific staff and available to the public from NPC Research. In one of the fields below, enter a title, choose a type (project, publication, or presentation) from the drop-down menu, or choose a topic area from the drop-down. The results will sort automatically. Click on bold type for more information on any item of interest.

Title Type Category
National Evaluation of Family Treatment Courts (NEFTC) project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Clark County STAR (Strategic Treatment Approach to Reentry) Program Evaluation: MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) and Psychosocial Services for People with Opioid Use Disorders project Criminal Justice, Substance Abuse Treatment
Clark County Sheriff, Improving Reentry for Adults with Co-occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Program Evaluation project Criminal Justice, Substance Abuse Treatment
Pennsylvania Treatment Courts: Process, Outcome, and Cost Evaluation project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment