Sometimes evaluation of a prevention program can feel intimidating, irrelevant (if we don’t use it to strategically adjust our work), or optional extra work. However, we know evaluation processes have the potential to be attainable and critical tools to document and measure change to communicate to your partners and communities. Best practice guidance from the field views evaluation as a necessary component of effective prevention programs. It is a crucial part of our work to sustain programming, to cultivate funding, and to seek buy-in from stakeholders and change-agents. Plus, it provides program facilitators and the Action Alliance important and ongoing feedback to the implementation process of this program.