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Big Picture Project
The Big Picture Project developed a plan to create and preserve affordable housing along the Central Corridor. Reports track key indicators of progress. Wilder Research assisted with the data analysis; the reports were written by the oversight committee.
Topic: Homelessness and Housing
Most recent report: June 2015
 
Central Corridor Funders Collaborative
Data to inform the impacts of the Central Corridor light rail transit line on the regional economy and adjacent neighborhoods.
Topic: Communities
Most recent report: June 2015
 
Lifetrack - Families with Young Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Minnesota
Lifetrack provides Deaf Mentor and Role Model programs for families with deaf or hard of hearing children. This mixed method study examines the kinds of mentoring and supports needed by Minnesota families with young D/HH children.
Topic: Youth and Family
Most recent report: June 2015
 
Championing Early Childhood Policies that Prevent Inequities
In response to the 2015 Minnesota legislative debate focused on increasing access to early education, this brief proposes a new policy approach that would prevent opportunity and achievement gaps and social, economic, and educational inequities.
Topic: Early Learning
Most recent report: May 2015
 
Invest Early - Early Childhood Initiative
A multi-year evaluation of Invest Early, a community collaboration to improve children’s school readiness by improving the system of early childhood screening, care, and education; strengthening and empowering families; and promoting healthy child development.
Topic: Early Learning
Most recent report: May 2015
 
Signs of Safety
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
Topic: Youth and Family
Most recent report: May 2015
 
Veterans' Needs in Northeastern Minnesota
United Way of Northeastern Minnesota and Wilder Research conducted an assessment to determine the greatest needs for veterans and their families in northeastern Minnesota.
Topic: Youth and Family
Most recent report: May 2015
 
East Metro Mental Health Roundtable
The East Metro Mental Health Roundtable aims to accelerate improvements in the Twin Cities east metro mental health system through partnerships that deliver high quality mental health services.
Topic: Mental Health
Most recent report: April 2015
 
Hennepin County Children's Mental Health Collaborative
In 2007, the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (HCCMHC) issued five Solicitations of Interest that were developed to address key concerns regarding the existing children’s mental health system. The SOIs focused on juvenile justice, uninsured/underinsured youth, primary care, school-based mental health services, and, later, parent involvement, culturally-responsive initiatives, early childhood, and parent leadership. Evaluation reports present data collected by the projects, including characteristics of youth served, changes in outcomes, and lessons learned. A 2008 report explored the Collaborative’s operations and functioning from the perspective of its key stakeholders; and a 2010 report assessed the quality of the Hennepin County mental health system for children and the Collaborative’s readiness for system of care funding.
Topic: Mental Health
Most recent report: April 2015
 
Minnesota Department of Human Services - SNAP for Adults Without Dependents
Research study to understand the impact of the ABAWD (able-bodied adult without dependents) waiver expiration on Minnesota SNAP recipients. Wilder Research interviewed community experts who are familiar with SNAP (previously known as "food stamps") and analyzed information collected through listening sessions with homeless adults to gain their insight on the reinstatement of work provisions for SNAP ABAWDs, the process used to communicate the policy change, and barriers to receiving SNAP benefits.
Topic: Homelessness and Housing
Most recent report: March 2015
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