The 2023 extramural research funding program supports research on how human services program and policy design, implementation, and practice create, perpetuate, and dismantle inequities in the following three programmatic areas: (1) Integrating substance use services and human services programs; (2) Facilitating access to multiple programs; and (3) Social-emotional development and mental health.
Targeting a Public Web-Based Platform to Resolve Child Support Issues for Uninsured and Medicaid Recipients In Substance Use Treatment Services
Implications of Co-Enrollment for Safety Net Programs Among Families with Young Children In A Post-Public Health Emergency World: A Multistate Analysis and Real-Time Case Study
Mixed Methods, Multiple Case Study of New York State’s Implementation of the Pyramid Model Through Regional Hubs
Mark Nagasawa, Straus Center for Young Children & Families, Bank Street College of Education
Cristina Medellin, Straus Center for Young Children & Families, Straus Center for Young Children & Families
Field/Population Differences, Harm Reduction Barriers and Promising Practices for Integrating Substance Use and Domestic Violence Services, Innovations and Challenges
Beth Glover Reed, School of Social Work, University of Michigan