Charles Michalopoulos and Rebecca Behrmann for Strengthening the Implementation of Responsible Fatherhood Programs
This document summarizes what was learned in SIRF (Strengthening the Implementation of Responsible Fatherhood Programs), which engaged 10 programs in using learning cycles—repeated periods of implementing ideas and reflecting on the results—to build evidence on practices to improve the enrollment, e
We all want to live in a community where everyone has access to safe drinking water, green parks, and a reliable transit system. Strong infrastructure is key to ensuring communities have access to these necessities.
But this is not everyone’s reality today.
ASTHO comes to our health agencies and partners saddened by our country's recent mass shooting. We mourn the losses of life from firearm violence as our families, schools, and communities continue to be impacted. ASTHO supports you now more than ever.
Colleen Moore and Alexis St. Juliana for Abt Associates
Climate change will affect everyone, so what measures can U.S. communities take now to adapt and thrive? From water-saving landscapes to strategic retreats from hazard-prone areas, experts Colleen Moore and Alexis St.
In the 2020-21 school year, more than 25 million children and youth – roughly half of all elementary and secondary students in the United States – attended schools in school districts that lacked dedicated funding to identify and support students experiencing homelessness.
Taryn A.G. Quinlan, Amelia L. Mitchell, Glen P. Mays for The Milbank Quarterly
Poor maternal and child health (MCH) outcomes and rates of chronic disease are persistently high in the United States and concentrated in rural and service-deprived areas where local health departments provide most care. In a new Milbank Quarterly study, Taryn A. G. Quinlan, Amelia L.