A social intervention experiment was conducted to try to apply an approach developing the capacity to act, better known as empowerment, in an ecc inclusion framework with individuals who have been socio-eccally withdrawn, sometimes for a long time. The experiment involved the design, implementation, and testing of a new resource intended to support unemployed individuals carrying out a community job-creation project in working class districts in Quebec City. The experiment is of interest, from an evaluation standpoint, for its development of a series of indicators to measure the impact of an undertaking of that kind. Although the evaluation could not be completed, the purpose of this article is to present the evaluation planning process and the list of indicators selected.