- April 1Measuring How Social Relationships Contribute to the Outcomes of Program ParticipantsInstitute for Research on Poverty Webinar - Megan Smith, Maureen Berner, and Laura Erickson1:00 PM, Online: https://www.irp.wisc.edu/resource/measuring-how-social-relationships-contribute-to-the-outcomes-of-program-parti
IRP invites applications from U.S.-based scholars from underrepresented racial and ethnic populations to apply for its Scholars-in-Residence Program. As part of their weeklong stay, scholars present a seminar on a poverty-related topic of their choice.
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National Poverty Research Center Highlights
Human Services Programs and the Opioid Crisis
IRP and the U.S. HHS Office of Human Services Policy recently convened a forum on the opioid epidemic, which continues to devastate families and communities.
Discussion centered on strategies to overcome the challenges to human services delivery caused by the epidemic.
The September 2019 meeting brought together more than 200 experts hailing from some 30 states and 11 federal agencies.
View Pre-Conference Webinar: “Opioids 101” and the Forum Agenda “Human Services Programs and the Opioid Crisis” – includes presentation materials.