land use communities CGO CURA FOM development sprawl
|1000 Friends of Minnesota - Community Growth Options||admin3||6/27/2012 1:22 PM||Kerry Walsh|
The 1000 Friends of Minnesota, Community Growth Options project was aimed at helping 10 rapidly-growing communities do thoughtful, sustainable planning and development. It sought to capture the successes and challenges of implementation and to capture some preliminary outcomes within communities.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-449|| ||No||0||449||1||8/15/2012 12:35 PM||1000 Friends of Minnesota - Community Growth Options||1000 Friends of Minnesota - Community Growth Options||Laura Schauben, Kristin Dillon||1000 Friends of Minnesota - Community Growth Options||1.0||2010|
summer camp STEM technology manufacturing campers robotics centers of excellence center of excellence dream it do it dream !t do !t manufacturers tour of manufacturing 360 manufacturing and applied engineering ATE regional center of excellence manufacturing careers NSF VEX robotics MnSCU enhancing the manufacturing workforce through increased visibility, education, and training Bemidji State University
|360 Degree Center of Excellence||Heather Johnson||12/17/2013 4:47 PM||Heather Johnson|
The 360 Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Regional Center works to expose people to and increase enthusiasm for STEM-related careers. The evaluation looked at the impact of a technology and manufacturing summer camp for youth, tours of manufacturing facilities across Minnesota, and other program activities.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1262|| ||No||0||1262||7||10/14/2017 9:08 PM||360 Degree Center of Excellence||360 Degree Center of Excellence||Stephanie Nelson-Dusek Matthew Steele Brian Pittman Sarah Gehrig||360 Degree Center of Excellence||1.0||2013 2015 2016 2017|
Minneapolis Foundation greater Minnesota rural Willmar economic impacts refugee Hmong Somali Latino policy
|A New Age of Immigrants - Making Immigration Work for Minnesota||admin3||6/21/2012 4:08 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Describes characteristics of Minnesota's immigrant population; economic, social, and cultural effects of immigrants; policy considerations, and more. Commissioned by The Minneapolis Foundation, this report was completed to help promote constructive dialogue on the issue of immigration in Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-300|| ||No||0||300||2||11/29/2012 8:05 AM||A New Age of Immigrants - Making Immigration Work for Minnesota||A New Age of Immigrants - Making Immigration Work for Minnesota||Greg Owen, Jessica Meyerson, Christa Otteson||A New Age of Immigrants - Making Immigration Work for Minnesota||1.0||2010|
|Older Adults||Evaluation||Study||April 2012||4/1/2012|
older adults elderly nutrition food HDMs meal aging visiting home visits
|A Review and Comparison of Current Service Models for Title III Funded Home-delivered Meals||Heather Johnson||7/24/2012 12:15 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Prepared for the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging, Inc., this study examines the effectiveness of different approaches to providing home-delivered meals.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-587|| ||No||0||587||1||5/6/2014 9:23 AM||A Review and Comparison of Current Service Models for Title III Funded Home-delivered Meals||A Review and Comparison of Current Service Models for Title III Funded Home-delivered Meals||Cael Warren, Greg Owen, Karen Ulstad||A Review and Comparison of Current Service Models for Title III Funded Home-delivered Meals||1.0||2012|
Commonwealth Fund health infants young children child development health services community programs mental health programs community care coordination primary care clinics early childhood Key Findings from Help Me Grow parent interviews with Clinic Care
|ABCD III - Assuring Better Child Health and Development||Heather Johnson||5/23/2012 2:11 PM||Heather Johnson|
The ABCD III initiative is a project to develop and test sustainable models for improving care coordination, referrals, and screenings between pediatric primary care, other medical providers, and child and family service providers offering developmental and mental health services to children age birth through 5 years. The evaluation of this project includes a review of implementation efforts; project impacts; plans for sustainability among the four pilot sites; and feedback from families and clinic care coordinators, administrators, and providers.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-60|| ||No||0||60||9||2/13/2013 12:11 PM||ABCD III - Assuring Better Child Health and Development||ABCD III - Assuring Better Child Health and Development||Krysten Ryba, Michelle Decker Gerrard, Rachel Hardeman, Melanie Ferris, Darcie Thomsen, Nick Stuber||Evaluation||ABCD III - Assuring Better Child Health and Development||Health||1.0||2011 2012|
school success education academic achievement school programs Maxfield Cleveland junior high school student st paul public schools st. paul public schools full service schools school linked services middle school students urban schools educational change
|Achievement Plus||admin3||4/18/2012 10:14 AM||Nancy Hartzler|
Achievement Plus is a partnership between the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation and the Saint Paul Public Schools to improve the academic achievement of low-income children in Saint Paul urban schools. Evaluation results are presented for one of the program sites, Cleveland Junior High School. The briefs describe the overall program, highlight results and lessons learned, and look at the benefits and effectiveness of the community partnerships. The 2009-10 report describes how Achievement Plus fits into community school efforts nationally, how well community partnerships are working, and how well students at the three participating schools are performing. It includes a brief literature review on the key features of successful community schools and evidence of their effectiveness.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-30|| ||No||0||30||4||11/29/2012 8:06 AM||Achievement Plus||Achievement Plus||Dan Mueller, Katie Broton, Edith Gozali-Lee, Caryn Mohr, Jennifer Maxfield, Jennifer Lee Schultz||Evaluation||Achievement Plus||1.0||2008 2010|
NLF Whitworth University Washington Tacoma leaders youth high school education college campus community ROI return on investment
|Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative||admin3||6/29/2012 4:01 PM||Kerry Walsh|
The Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative, an initiative of the Northwest Leadership Foundation, aims to equip emerging urban leaders to engage the college campus and their communities at home through a four-part strategy: recruit and select diverse, multicultural cadres of promising urban leaders; provide training during their senior year in high school to prepare them for academic success and develop them as leaders; send the cadre together to college with four-year full tuition scholarships at partner colleges; and provide support and ongoing leadership development opportunities. This is a summary of the evaluation, designed to determine which program components were working well, identify components essential to success, assess program outcomes, and analyze the program’s return-on-investment.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-559|| ||No||0||559||1||11/29/2012 8:08 AM||Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative||Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative||Jennifer Maxfield, Dan Mueller, Caryn Mohr, Paul Anton, Jennifer Lee Schultz||Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative||1.0||2008|
|Health||evaluation survey||Study||March 2017||3/1/2017|
bicycling bikeway access transportation Active Living for All ALfA Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Minneapolis Bike Coalition Women on Bikes Saint Paul Smart Trips evaluation methods exercise Lessons Learned from Community Outreach Efforts for the Proposed Northside Greenway A Case Study of Outreach Efforts in 2014 and 2015 Minneapolis Bike Coalition city of Minneapolis health department MHD Get Fit Itasca walking biking health City of Minneapolis Health Department public physical activity community surveys community involvement walking trail
|Active Living for All||Heather Johnson||12/23/2016 9:55 AM||Heather Johnson|
Active Living for All (ALfA) is an initiative funded by the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Wilder Research worked with initiative grantees to evaluate their work in promoting active living in their communities.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1826|| ||No||0||1826||8||6/9/2017 1:40 PM||Active Living for All||Active Living for All||Melanie Ferris Rebecca Schultz Amanda Hane Azra Thakur Anna Bartholomay Thao Vang||Active Living for All||1.0||2016 2017|
high school students, school programs, college preparation standardized tests, school success low-income students postsecondary education college admission AmeriCorps
|Admission Possible||Heather Johnson||5/25/2012 1:58 PM||Heather Johnson|
The mission of Admission Possible is to identify low-income young people with the motivation to go to college and help them attend college. The program focuses on ACT test preparation, guidance in applying for college, and help in obtaining financial resources. Two years of evaluation results are presented.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-72|| ||No||0||72||3||8/14/2014 1:25 PM||Admission Possible||Admission Possible||Laura McLain, Richard Chase||Admission Possible||Education||1.0||2004 2006|
|Homelessness and Housing||other||Study||December 2008||12/1/2008|
affordable housing, low income families economic climate, economic impact, costs, homeowners, homeless people, homelessness and housing trends and issues 2008 housing cost burdens cost-burdened homeownership gap foreclosure rent vacancy rate
|Affordable Housing for Low-Income Families||Heather Johnson||8/17/2012 3:16 PM||Heather Johnson|
Examines the effects of the recession on families whose housing costs eat up too much of their income.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-726|| ||No||0||726||1||8/17/2012 3:25 PM||Affordable Housing for Low-Income Families||Affordable Housing for Low-Income Families||Craig Helmstetter||Affordable Housing for Low-Income Families||1.0||2008|
|Early Learning||Study||July 2012||7/1/2012|
child development African Americans infants parents child care providers race culture black blacks well being health african american baby africans early childhood development parenting african american babies coalition the african american coalition for babies
|African-American Babies||Tim Lingenfelder||6/21/2012 2:09 PM||Heather Johnson|
A 2011 report provides a snapshot of the status of African-American babies relative to other babies in St. Paul and Minneapolis. A 2012 report presents the results of community conversations about raising strong and healthy children.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-290|| ||No||0||290||2||10/2/2012 1:14 PM||African-American Babies||African-American Babies||Richard Chase, Jennifer Valorose||African-American Babies||Early Learning||1.0||2011 2012|
Africans smoking tobacco ClearWay Minnesota African Women's Association MAWA immigrants refugees focus groups key informant interviews Somalis
|African-born Women's and Children's Exposure to Secondhand Smoke||Heather Johnson||12/11/2012 2:39 PM||Heather Johnson|
Summarizes the results of focus groups and surveys about the prevalence, awareness, and health impacts of secondhand smoke on African women and children and discusses ways to build awareness and provide outreach around this topic in the future.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-960|| ||No||0||960||1||12/11/2012 2:49 PM||African-born Women's and Children's Exposure to Secondhand Smoke||African-born Women's and Children's Exposure to Secondhand Smoke||Richard Chase, Kristin Dillon, Thalia Hall||African-born Women's and Children's Exposure to Secondhand Smoke||1.0||2009|
|Youth and Family||Evaluation||Study||April 2005||4/1/2005|
troubled youth violence children programs ART corrections juveniles mental illness
|Aggression Replacement Training||Kerry Walsh||9/18/2012 3:59 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Outlines the results of Aggression Replacement Training for a diverse group of young offenders in Ramsey County.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-843|| ||No||0||843||1||9/18/2012 4:19 PM||Aggression Replacement Training||Aggression Replacement Training||Cheryl Hosley, Cheryl Holm-Hansen||Aggression Replacement Training||1.0||2005|
alternative learning center plus program Hennepin County HSPHD be@school program intermediate district 287 isd 287 Minneapolis Public Schools truancy
|ALC Plus||Heather Johnson||4/26/2016 10:16 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Alternative Learning Center (ALC) Plus program serves students who are involved with Hennepin County and are not regularly attending school. It is an alternative education program integrated with enriched programming. The program evaluation measures the program's success in meeting its goals, including increasing attendance, skills, and graduation and reducing school placements.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1700|| ||No||0||1700||2||4/26/2016 12:11 PM||ALC Plus||ALC Plus||Julie Atella Amanda Hane||ALC Plus||1.0||2013 2014 |
|Substance Abuse Prevention||survey||Study||July 2013||7/1/2013|
mofas minnesota organization on fetal alcohol syndrome fetal alcohol spectrum disorders fasd statewide assessment pregnancy drinking pregnant native americans american indians
|Alcohol Use and Pregnancy||Heather Johnson||11/21/2013 2:25 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) worked with Wilder Research to conduct a study to better understand women's attitudes and perceptions toward alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1229|| ||No||0||1229||2||11/21/2013 4:37 PM||Alcohol Use and Pregnancy||Alcohol Use and Pregnancy||Darcie Thomsen Denise Huynh||Alcohol Use and Pregnancy||1.0||2013|
|Substance Abuse Prevention||Evaluation||Study||July 2014||7/1/2014|
Minnesota Prevention Resource Center MPRC ATOD workshop prevention substance use alcohol tobacco drugs Regional Prevention Coordinators RPCs assessments toolkit resilience Yellow Medicine Renville Bemidji Roseau SAPST SPF SIG recipient training P & I recipient training P&I recipient training participant feedback from the Alcohol and Other drug use in minnesota amongst youth and young adults workshops roseau county prevention coalition and the minnesota department of human services DHS atod prevention needs within the latino/hispanic community in renville county and the native american community in yellow medicine county latino Hispanic substance abuse prevention specialist training trainings youth leadership academy v P&I RPC northeast region 2 northeastern Minnesota community readiness assessment capacity building technical assistance grants grant writing curricula coalition members alcohol compliance checks alcohol selling responsible beverage server strategic prevention framework program theory logic model ADAD DHS changing landscape of marijuana ANSR
|Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention||Kerry Walsh||6/25/2012 10:22 AM||Kerry Walsh|
These evaluations are part of the Minnesota Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division’s statewide youth alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) prevention initiative. The reports address a range of activities, including trainings and conferences, needs assessments, community coalition development, and prevention program implementation.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-322|| ||No||0||322||34||7/28/2015 2:46 PM||Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention||Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention||Kelsey Imbertson Laura Schauben Amy Leite Bennett Brian Pittman Monica Idzelis Kristin Dillon Brittney Wagner Melanie Ferris Cheryl Homl-Hansen Laura Martell Kelly June Heineman Maggie Skrypek Darcie Thomsen Mao Thao Ela Rausch Lida Gilbertson||Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention||1.0||2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014|
NHC grants grantees Allina Health Community Engagement Leads Healthy Activity grants Allina Health Community Benefit and Engagement Neighborhood Health Connection social capital grantmaking healthy eating obesity social connections logic model
|Allina Health Neighborhood Health Connection||Heather Johnson||5/16/2014 10:14 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Neighborhood Health Connection program is an Allina Health initiative to increase social connections and healthy behaviors across the state. The evaluation looked at the impact of the program on grantees and participants.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1340|| ||No||0||1340||11||8/18/2017 10:18 AM||Allina Health Neighborhood Health Connection||Allina Health Neighborhood Health Connection||Melanie Ferris Nick Stuber||Allina Health Neighborhood Health Connection||1.0||2014 2015 2016 2017|
|Early Learning||Other||Study||April 2012||4/1/2012|
child development American Indians Native Americans infants parents child care providers race culture well being health baby early childhood development parenting reservations
|American Indian Babies in Minnesota||Kerry Walsh||12/5/2012 4:02 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Provides a snapshot of the current status of American Indian babies relative to other babies in Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-956|| ||No||0||956||1||12/5/2012 4:13 PM||American Indian Babies in Minnesota||American Indian Babies in Minnesota||Richard Chase, Jennifer Valorose||American Indian Babies in Minnesota||1.0||2012|
|Homelessness and Housing||survey||Study||June 2006||6/1/2006|
housing needs assessment American Indians older adults seniors service needs Native Americans Phillips neighborhood Minneapolis elder housing survey
|American Indian Community Development Corporation||admin3||5/25/2012 3:41 PM||Heather Johnson|
The American Indian Community Development Corporation conducted a survey to assess interest in and need for American Indian elder housing in the Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-76|| ||No||0||76||1||11/29/2012 9:43 AM||American Indian Community Development Corporation||American Indian Community Development Corporation||Sheila Romero, Nicole MartinRogers||American Indian Community Development Corporation||Homelessness and Housing||1.0||2006|
American Indians Native Americans after school programs Minneapolis Public Schools Anishinabe Academy Division of Indian Work DIW youth Leadership Development Program YLDP tutoring homework help
|American Indian Math Project||Heather Johnson||12/11/2012 3:41 PM||Heather Johnson|
Evaluation of a program aimed at increasing math scores, school connectedness, and the capacity of American Indian youth to become productive adults.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-964|| ||No||0||964||2||12/11/2012 3:57 PM||American Indian Math Project||American Indian Math Project||Sandi Pierce, Maria Gaona||American Indian Math Project||1.0||2008|
race racism anti-racism Facing Race Saint Paul Foundation Anti-Racism Advisory Committee
|An Assessment of Racism in Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington Counties||Heather Johnson||6/27/2012 1:40 PM||Kerry Walsh|
This study used a combination of racially and ethnically sensitive research procedures to document experiences and attitudes regarding race in the east metro. The findings helped to shape (and will help to measure impact of) a Saint Paul Foundation anti-racism campaign called "Facing Race."
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-451|| ||No||0||451||1||7/7/2017 8:46 AM||An Assessment of Racism in Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington Counties||An Assessment of Racism in Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington Counties||Wilder Research Center, Roy Wilkins Center for Human Relations and Social Justice||An Assessment of Racism in Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington Counties||1.0||2004|
|Youth and Family||Cost-benefit Study||Study||March 2007||3/1/2007|
intervention return on investment SROI at-risk youth truancy dropouts school performance
|Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Intervention Programs||admin3||6/27/2012 2:07 PM||Kerry Walsh|
This study puts forward a framework for doing social return on investment (SROI) analysis of youth intervention programs. It then uses the framework to estimate the return to two representative programs: a comprehensive intervention program and a targeted program designed to discourage property crimes. For a copy of the full report, contact the Minnesota Youth Intervention Programs Association.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-453|| ||No||0||453||1||7/2/2012 1:27 PM||Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Intervention Programs||Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Intervention Programs||Paul Anton, Judy Temple||Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Intervention Programs||1.0||2007|
|Youth and Family||Cost-benefit study||Study||March 2007||3/1/2007|
mentoring return on investment SROI economic studies ROI cost effectiveness mentoring partnership of Minnesota mentors
|Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Mentoring Programs||Heather Johnson||10/19/2012 4:36 PM||Heather Johnson|
This study puts forward a framework for doing social return on investment (SROI) analysis of youth mentoring programs and then uses that framework to estimate the return to a representative mentoring program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-913|| ||No||0||913||1||10/19/2012 4:45 PM||Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Mentoring Programs||Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Mentoring Programs||Paul Anton, Judy Temple||Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Mentoring Programs||1.0||2007|
|Substance Abuse Prevention||evaluation||Study||July 2012||7/1/2012|
ETP Anoka County Child Protection and Corrections meth methamphetamine chemical abuse substance abuse matrix model treatment recovery women Addiction Severity Index ASI
|Anoka County Enhanced Treatment Program||Heather Johnson||12/12/2012 11:44 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Enhanced Treatment Program (ETP) was designed to address the increasing involvement of women with minor children in Anoka County’s Child Protection and Corrections departments that was due to methamphetamine abuse. The evaluation looks at client characteristics and outcomes of the program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-972|| ||No||0||972||1||12/12/2012 12:03 PM||Anoka County Enhanced Treatment Program||Anoka County Enhanced Treatment Program||Laura Schauben||Anoka County Enhanced Treatment Program||1.0||2012|
ALI leadership employers educators students collaboration industrial technology engineering mobile technology labs work jobs Iron Range technical education northeastern minnesota MnSCU employment Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board IRRRB
|Applied Learning Institute||Kerry Walsh||11/4/2014 4:01 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Applied Learning Institute (ALI) works to support industrial technology education in Northeastern Minnesota by funding the purchase of equipment, instructor training, and activities that connect high school students to local colleges and employers. The evaluation sought perspectives from key stakeholders to identify successes, challenges, and directions for the future of the program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1396|| ||No||0||1396||1||7/24/2015 10:22 AM||Applied Learning Institute||Applied Learning Institute||Sarah Gehrig, Greg Owen, Ellen Shelton||Applied Learning Institute||1.0||2014|
|Early Learning||Other||Study||November 2009||11/10/2009|
early childhood care and education newborns infants births disparities children family strengths mothers well being presentation
|Babies in Minnesota||Kerry Walsh||11/16/2012 1:36 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Report and presentation summarizing indicators and trends on young children and their parents in Minnnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-949|| ||No||0||949||2||11/16/2012 1:48 PM||Babies in Minnesota||Babies in Minnesota||Richard Chase, Jennifer Valorose||Babies in Minnesota||1.0||2009|
bemidji area health promotion bemidji area health promotion/disease prevention indian health service team coaching health caretraining wellness coaching HPDP
|Bemidji Area Health Coaches Collaborative||Heather Johnson||7/24/2013 4:02 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Bemidji Area Health Promotion/Disease Prevention program of the Indian Health Service offered a Health Coaches Collaborative. The pilot program consisted of training sessions on health and wellness coaching, learning communities, and facilitation training for coordinators. The evaluation looked at the effects of this new coaching model and the participants' motivation and skills to apply it.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1159|| ||No||0||1159||1||7/24/2013 5:00 PM||Bemidji Area Health Coaches Collaborative||Bemidji Area Health Coaches Collaborative||Ellen Shelton||Bemidji Area Health Coaches Collaborative||1.0||2013|
|Race and Culture||Survey||Study||February 2009||2/1/2009|
Shared Vision Bemidji culture cultural diversity discrimination racial disparities Blandin Foundation Northwest Minnesota Foundation focus group community survey race relations
|Bemidji Area Study on Race Relations||admin3||6/25/2012 2:16 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Results of a community survey about Bemidji-area residents' perceptions of community race relations, experiences with racial descrimination, and satisfaction with personal and community life.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-373|| ||No||0||373||1||7/2/2012 1:29 PM||Bemidji Area Study on Race Relations||Bemidji Area Study on Race Relations||Ela Rausch, Greg Owen, Nicole MartinRogers||Bemidji Area Study on Race Relations||1.0||2009|
|Criminal Justice||Cost-benefit study||Study||August 2007||8/1/2007|
Cost benefit economic study Stearns County Dodge County Saint Louis County adult drug offenders federal byrne formula grant funds office of justice programs OJP drug court costs benefits
|Benefit-Cost Calculations for Three Adult Drug Courts in Minnesota||Heather Johnson||8/28/2012 2:29 PM||Heather Johnson|
This paper presents simple benefit-cost calculations for three adult drug courts in Minnesota. These courts are an alternative to processing adult drug offenders through criminal courts.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-735|| ||No||0||735||1||8/28/2012 2:38 PM||Benefit-Cost Calculations for Three Adult Drug Courts in Minnesota||Benefit-Cost Calculations for Three Adult Drug Courts in Minnesota||Paul Anton||Benefit-Cost Calculations for Three Adult Drug Courts in Minnesota||1.0||2007|
|Health||needs assesment||Study||April 2014||4/1/2014|
Benton County Public Health statewide health improvement program minnesota department of health MDH obesity health physical activity worksite wellnes nutrition tobacco
|Benton County SHIP||Heather Johnson||6/9/2014 12:13 PM||Heather Johnson|
A Benton County community assessment that looks at the needs and strengths of the community related to nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1359|| ||No||0||1359||1||6/9/2014 12:24 PM||Benton County SHIP||Benton County SHIP||Amanda Petersen Nicole MartinRogers||Benton County SHIP||1.0||2014|
focus groups training needs immigrants community health services Critical Learning Biculturall Community Health Workers' Views on Prospective Training Opportunities Results of qualitative research for the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation
|Bicultural Community Health Workers||Kerry Walsh||4/29/2013 3:01 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Results of two discussion groups with bilingual and bicultural Community Health Workers for the Blue Cross Foundation. Participants from a variety of immigrant communities described their professional backgrounds, including how they became Community Health Workers, their training experiences, and their suggestions for the design of a training model for new and experienced Community Health Workers.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1093|| ||No||0||1093||1||4/29/2013 3:12 PM||Bicultural Community Health Workers||Bicultural Community Health Workers||Michelle Decker Gerrard||Bicultural Community Health Workers||1.0||2004|
|Homelessness and Housing||other||Study||June 2016||6/1/2016|
Central Corridor Funders Collaborative affordable housing indicators light rail transit dashboard Twin Cities LISC transportation green line
|Big Picture Project||Heather Johnson||5/14/2014 12:05 PM||Heather Johnson|
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.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1331|| ||No||0||1331||5||6/10/2016 3:05 PM||Big Picture Project||Big Picture Project||Jane Tigan Ellen Mai Peter Mathison||Big Picture Project||1.0||2014 2015 2016|
|Communities||needs assessment||Study||April 2008||4/1/2008|
Hopkins Blake Road Corridor Stakeholders Collaborative safety programs service needs schools
|Blake Road Corridor Community Assessment||Heather Johnson||12/11/2012 4:07 PM||Heather Johnson|
This community needs assessment was prepared for the Blake Road Corridor Advisory Collaborative, a group of community stakeholders who organized to revitalize the Blake Road Corridor in Hopkins, Minnesota. The assessment is based on in-person interviews and focus groups with community residents, an online survey of Collaborative members, and police and school data.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-967|| ||No||0||967||4||12/11/2012 4:31 PM||Blake Road Corridor Community Assessment||Blake Road Corridor Community Assessment||Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Monica Idzelis, Mao Thao||Blake Road Corridor Community Assessment||1.0||2007 2008|
community blandin foundation rural pulse leaders leadership community development surveys community needs reservation BRCLP
|Blandin Community Leadership Programs||Kerry Walsh||8/14/2012 11:56 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Results from surveys of alumni of the Blandin Foundation's Community Leadership Program and Reservation Community Leadership Program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-711|| ||No||0||711||5||8/14/2012 12:14 PM||Blandin Community Leadership Programs||Blandin Community Leadership Programs||Rachel Hardeman, Ellen Shelton, Nicole MartinRogers, Jennifer Lee Schultz, Rasheeda Curry, Jennifer Maxfield||Blandin Community Leadership Programs||1.0||2007 2008 2009|
Minnesota department of health MDH Statewide Health Improvement Program employees nutrition healthy worksite wellness employee Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Lake Crystal Area Recreation Center LCARC child care centers day care providers exercise school physical education walking students food nutrition tobacco smoking Blue Earth County Public Health Mankato
|Blue Earth County Public Health SHIP||Heather Johnson||6/29/2012 5:33 PM||Heather Johnson|
Blue Earth County Public Health used funding from the Minnesota Department of Health’s Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) for multiple initiatives in their service area. Efforts included a worksite wellness initiative; work with child care facilities and schools to increase physical activity among children; and building partnerships among health care providers and community leaders to facilitate active referrals of patients to local resources that increase access to nutritious foods, opportunities for physical activity, and tobacco use cessation. Reports provide information on the impacts of the initiatives. Wilder Research worked with multiple SHIP grantees across the state of Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-568|| ||No||0||568||5||8/14/2014 1:20 PM||Blue Earth County Public Health SHIP||Blue Earth County Public Health SHIP||Jose Reyes, Natalie Alizaga, Nicole MartinRogers Ryan Evans||Blue Earth County Public Health SHIP||1.0||2011 2014|
academic achievement college readiness preparation school success student low-income
|Breakthrough Saint Paul||admin3||6/19/2012 12:59 PM||Heather Johnson|
Breakthrough Saint Paul is a college prepratory project in which under-resourced middle school students take enrichment classes taught by aspiring teachers and have additional supports in high school. The evaluation focused on the academic achievement of Breakthrough participants, the impact of the program on participants, and participants’ views of the program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-255|| ||No||0||255||1||7/2/2012 1:31 PM||Breakthrough Saint Paul||Breakthrough Saint Paul||Dan Mueller, Jennifer Maxfield, Muneer Karcher-Ramos||Breakthrough Saint Paul||Education||1.0||2011|
mothers public health MDH WIC breast feeding health care Native American Latina Somali Hmong women
|Breastfeeding Supports and Challenges||Heather Johnson||6/28/2012 9:06 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Examines the social and physical environmental conditions that impact women's decisions to breastfeed. The Minnesota Department of Health and Wilder Research conducted focus groups and interviews with a diverse cross section of mothers of infants in Minnesota. This report summarizes participants' responses in relation to their experiences with health care settings, worksites, and social influences.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-455|| ||No||0||455||1||8/14/2012 11:16 AM||Breastfeeding Supports and Challenges||Breastfeeding Supports and Challenges||Jennifer Valorose, Kristin Dillon, Laura Schauben, Natalie Alizaga||Breastfeeding Supports and Challenges||1.0||2010|
CHB child care centers day care providers exercise tobacco smoking employees campus postsecondary colleges college students community gardens food nutrition school physical education Kids Connection New Ulm public schools Minnesota department of health MDH Statewide Health Improvement Program
|Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board SHIP||admin2||6/29/2012 4:08 PM||Heather Johnson|
Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board (CHB) implemented multiple projects after receiving funding from the Minnesota Department of Health Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP). Initiatives included working with child care centers and schools to increase physical activity, implementing policies for tobacco-free workplaces and postsecondary grounds, and establishing community gardens to improve a community’s access to healthy foods. Reports describe the impact of the initiatives. Wilder Research worked with multiple SHIP grantees across the state of Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-560|| ||No||0||560||6||7/2/2012 4:08 PM||Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board SHIP||Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board SHIP||Brittney Wagner Lida Gilbertson||Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board SHIP||1.0||2011|
|Early Learning||evaluation||Study||July 2013||7/1/2013|
Minnesota Office of Early Learning Minnesota BUILD initiative parent aware quality rating and improvement system implementation race to the tip day care child care
|BUILD Initiative||Heather Johnson||11/19/2013 1:40 PM||Heather Johnson|
The BUILD Initiative works with early childhood leaders to develop comprehensive, state-based systems of early childhood policies, programs, and services. The evaluation looks at the implementation of Early Learning Scholarships and the Parent Aware quality rating and improvement system in Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1227|| ||No||0||1227||1||11/19/2013 2:11 PM||BUILD Initiative||BUILD Initiative||Richard Chase, Lida Gilbertson||BUILD Initiative||1.0||2013|
|Early Learning||Study||July 2012||7/1/2012|
early childhood policy brief Ready4K FFN child care child development grandparents childcare
|Build Initiative - Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care||Heather Johnson||10/21/2013 1:47 PM||Heather Johnson|
This study presents a framework for strengthening family, friend, and neighbor care with the goal of supporting healthy child development.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1186|| ||No||0||1186||1||10/21/2013 2:26 PM||Build Initiative - Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care||Build Initiative - Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care||Charles Bruner, Richard Chase||Build Initiative - Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care||1.0||2012|
scholarships Foster Care Alumni Scholarship Benchmarking Network Casey Family Programs youth college post-secondary education school success foster children partnerships postsecondary students
|Building a Data Sharing Network of Scholarship Programs for Alumni of Foster Care||Kerry Walsh||8/13/2012 11:12 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Describes the process of launching the Foster Care Alumni Scholarship Benchmarking Network and presents preliminary findings based on data collected in the pilot phase.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-663|| ||No||0||663||2||8/13/2012 11:26 AM||Building a Data Sharing Network of Scholarship Programs for Alumni of Foster Care||Building a Data Sharing Network of Scholarship Programs for Alumni of Foster Care||Jennifer Lee Schultz, Dan Mueller, Jennifer Maxfield||Building a Data Sharing Network of Scholarship Programs for Alumni of Foster Care||1.0||2008|
|Older Adults||survey||Study||June 2004||6/1/2004|
Building communities where older adults thrive a research and discussion forum for leaders in ramsey county human services seniors Wilder Foundation southeast metro sail metropolitan area agency on aging survey volunteers caregivers retirement quality of life low-income African American black hmong latino housing transportation Demographics census 2000 data Keynote address
|Building Communities Where Older Adults Thrive||Heather Johnson||11/7/2012 4:30 PM||Heather Johnson|
This research and discussion forum focused on results of a joint Wilder Foundation - Ramsey County survey of about 500 older adults living in the county. The conference summary presents highlights of the panel discussion, keynote address by state demographer Tom Gillaspy, and participants' thoughts about the key action opportunities emerging from the survey and conference discussions. A companion piece presents basic demographics on older adults. More results from the survey of older adults in Ramsey County: http://www.wilder.org/studies/Older%20Adults%20in%20Ramsey%20County/651
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-935|| ||No||0||935||3||11/7/2012 5:10 PM||Building Communities Where Older Adults Thrive||Building Communities Where Older Adults Thrive||Cara Bailey||Building Communities Where Older Adults Thrive||1.0||2004|
health impact project health impact assessment HIA school siting food school lunches nutrition physical activity
|Building Healthy Schools||Heather Johnson||5/29/2015 11:43 AM||Heather Johnson|
A health impact assessment of K-12 school design and its influence on student health. It provides analysis and recommendations on ways schools can influence health through school siting, transportation, nutrition, and physical activity.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1477|| ||No||0||1477||2||5/29/2015 11:56 AM||Building Healthy Schools||Building Healthy Schools||Melanie Ferris||Building Healthy Schools||1.0||2015|
bullies bullying CLIMB Theater CLIMB Theatre elementary school students behavior teachers schools Creative Learning Ideas for Mind and Body education children
|Bullying Prevention Program Evaluation||Kerry Walsh||8/13/2012 3:34 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Assessment of a bullying prevention program's impact on elementary school students' bullying knowledge and response to bullying behavior.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-687|| ||No||0||687||1||8/13/2012 3:42 PM||Bullying Prevention Program Evaluation||Bullying Prevention Program Evaluation||Laura Schauben, Dan Mueller, Jennifer Lee Schultz, Jennifer Maxfield||Bullying Prevention Program Evaluation||1.0||2006|
wilder collaboration factors inventory community tool box community scales community innovation grantees Bush Prize
|Bush Foundation Community Innovation||Heather Johnson||8/18/2015 12:15 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Bush Prize for Community Innovation is an annual award that honors and supports innovative organizations with a track record of making great ideas happen. Reports provide information to support community innovation, including a review of Bush Prize winners and the elements that helped them pursue community innovation.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1508|| ||No||0||1508||3||11/13/2017 11:23 AM||Bush Foundation Community Innovation||Bush Foundation Community Innovation||Brian Pittman Ryan Evans Emma Connell Nicole MartinRogers||Bush Foundation Community Innovation||1.0||2015 2016 2017|
resident survey bush household survey bush survey north dakotans quality of life education economy jobs health care government spending leadership
|Bush Foundation North Dakota Household Survey||Heather Johnson||8/15/2013 2:05 PM||Heather Johnson|
To better understand how North Dakotans feel about the future of their state, the Bush Foundation commissioned Wilder Research to conduct a survey asking questions about quality of life and the ability of their community to exercise the leadership necessary to address challenges.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1169|| ||No||0||1169||2||8/15/2013 2:25 PM||Bush Foundation North Dakota Household Survey||Bush Foundation North Dakota Household Survey||Nicole MartinRogers, Muneer Karcher-Ramos||Bush Foundation North Dakota Household Survey||1.0||2011|
college lutheran colleges religion Lilly program Lilly programs vocation programs graduates higher education Lilly endowment Lilly grant vocational discernment Augsburg College Augustana College Luther College
|Called for Life||Heather Johnson||10/21/2013 2:39 PM||Heather Johnson|
Called for Life was a collaborative research project designed to examine the impact of Lilly Endowment funded vocational programs at three Lutheran colleges in the Midwest. The programs helped the college develop resources to help students discern and commit themselves to a vocational calling.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1188|| ||No||0||1188||2||10/21/2013 2:57 PM||Called for Life||Called for Life||Greg Owen, Ellen Shelton, Brian Pittman||Called for Life||1.0||2009|
|Youth and Family||evaluation||Study||August 2017||8/1/2017|
LSS LSSMN Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota campers parent satisfaction disaster natural disasters infographic
|Camp Noah||Heather Johnson||9/4/2015 12:08 PM||Heather Johnson|
Camp Noah, a program offered by Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, is a locally hosted event for elementary-age children whose communities have been impacted by disasters such as floods or tornadoes. The evaluation collects information about the impact of camp on campers, families, staff and volunteers, and local communities and explores the way camp is implemented and opportunities to strengthen it.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1524|| ||No||0||1524||5||10/4/2017 10:02 AM||Camp Noah||Camp Noah||Cheryl Holm-Hansen Amanda Hane Sophak Mom||Camp Noah||1.0||2015 2016 2017|
|Older Adults||other||Study||January 2016||1/1/2016|
chronic disease self-management program for caregivers CDSMP caregiver café P.S. I Understand CaregivingNOW Wilder Foundation caregiving media campaign caregiver awareness campaign
|Capacity to Care - Caregiver Services||Heather Johnson||2/22/2016 3:27 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Amherst H. Wilder Foundation identified caregiving as a strategic priority and developed services to support caregivers and strengthen resources. The replication guide describes Wilder's activities to implement this initiative, the outputs achieved, resources necessary for launching each component, and lessons learned.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1670|| ||No||0||1670||1||3/3/2016 2:47 PM||Capacity to Care - Caregiver Services||Capacity to Care - Caregiver Services||Christin Lindberg ||Capacity to Care - Caregiver Services||1.0||2016|
|Older Adults||evaluation||Study||October 2015||10/1/2015|
Amherst H. Wilder Foundation Caregiver Services Entira Family Clinics caregivers health care clinics service referrals Medtronic Foundation PatientLink initiative
|Caregiver Support Referral Pilot||Heather Johnson||11/13/2015 2:26 PM||Heather Johnson|
This project, a partnership of Wilder's Caregiver Services and the Entira Family Clinics, refers caregivers to caregiving supports at the time of a health visit. The report highlights services received, lessons learned, and next steps for the project.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1566|| ||No||0||1566||1||11/13/2015 2:39 PM||Caregiver Support Referral Pilot||Caregiver Support Referral Pilot||Maureen Kenney||Caregiver Support Referral Pilot||1.0||2015|
|Older Adults||Survey||Study||October 2012||10/16/2012|
caregiving caregivers older adults surveys informal support health care community-based services
|Caregiving in Context||Heather Johnson||9/27/2012 2:55 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Results of a study exploring family, friend, and community caregivers' networks of support.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-857|| ||No||0||857||2||10/16/2012 4:23 PM||Caregiving in Context||Caregiving in Context||Krysten Ryba, Greg Owen Kirsten Johnson Karen Ulstad ||Caregiving in Context||1.0||2012|
|Older Adults||Study||October 2013||10/1/2013|
AARP of Minnesota Alzheimer's Association of Minnesota-North Dakota Wilder Center for Communities caregivers public policy caregiver action network
|Caregiving Policy Workshops||Heather Johnson||1/27/2014 2:23 PM||Heather Johnson|
AARP of Minnesota, the Alzheimer's Association of Minnesota-North Dakota, and Wilder's Center for Communities partnered to conduct workshops on public policy priorities for caregiving. Topics included the impact of caregiving in Minnesota and caregiving policy.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1284|| ||No||0||1284||1||1/27/2014 2:57 PM||Caregiving Policy Workshops||Caregiving Policy Workshops||Christin Lindberg||Caregiving Policy Workshops||1.0||2013|
curriculum school schools teachers teaching elementary preschool academic achievement Dowling Longfellow WISE Excell Academy Hi-5 preschool Elim Nursery Twin Cities International Elementary TIES Urban League Academy minnesota humanities commission
|Cargill Core Knowlege Connection||admin3||6/1/2012 9:48 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Cargill Core Knowledge Connection is an initiative, funded by the Cargill Foundation and administered by the Minnesota Humanities Commission, to help nine Minneapolis-area elementary schools and preschools introduce the Core Knowledge curriculum. Wilder Research evaluated the implementation of the curriculum and educational outcomes.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-127|| ||No||0||127||3||7/2/2012 1:36 PM||Cargill Core Knowlege Connection||Cargill Core Knowlege Connection||Ben Shardlow, Ellen Shelton||Cargill Core Knowlege Connection||Education||1.0||2004 2005 2006|
Cargill Foundation LarsonAllen Nonprofits Assistance Fund business management capacity charter school
|Cargill LEAD for Charters||Heather Johnson||10/22/2013 11:20 AM||Heather Johnson|
Program evaluation of a program to build business management capacity among Minneapolis charter schools.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1197|| ||No||0||1197||1||10/22/2013 11:25 AM||Cargill LEAD for Charters||Cargill LEAD for Charters||Brian Pittman||Cargill LEAD for Charters||1.0||2008|
|Education||Evaluation, Other||Study||November 2011||11/1/2011|
postsecondary education high school students academic achievement longitudinal studies college preparation school success university at risk youth program evaluation Change of Mind mentors mentoring parent involvement tutoring Minneapolis
|Cargill Scholars||admin3||6/18/2012 3:30 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Evaluations and tip sheets about Cargill Scholars, a comprehensive five-year academic program providing services for students to help them graduate on time and pursue post-secondary education.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-211|| ||No||0||211||17||7/2/2012 1:44 PM||Cargill Scholars||Cargill Scholars||Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Laura Martell Kelly||Cargill Scholars||Education||1.0||2011 2010 2009 2007 2006 2005 2004 2002|
SHIP statewide health improvement program intervention carver county scott county metro adult health survey physical activity school nutrition tobacco smoking obesity worksite wellness
|Carver-Scott Counties SHIP||Heather Johnson||10/30/2012 12:36 PM||Heather Johnson|
Together, Carver and Scott Counties received funding from the Minnesota Department of Health's Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) for multiple initiatives in their service area. A report provides a summary of SHIP activities, their impact, and lessons learned in the areas of school nutrition, worksite wellness, community active living, health care healthy living referrals, and restricting youth access to tobacco.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-920|| ||No||0||920||1||10/30/2012 2:03 PM||Carver-Scott Counties SHIP||Carver-Scott Counties SHIP||Melanie Ferris, Amy Leite Bennett||Carver-Scott Counties SHIP||1.0||2011|
transportation light rail transit line economy businesses neighborhoods regional planning economic impact baseline indicators report progress beyond the rail community development affordable housing business walk score central corridor tracker local economy key outcomes for the corridor
|Central Corridor Funders Collaborative||Heather Johnson||6/1/2012 11:09 AM||Heather Johnson|
Data to inform the impacts of the Central Corridor light rail transit line on the regional economy and adjacent neighborhoods.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-131|| ||No||0||131||11||7/12/2016 2:57 PM||Central Corridor Funders Collaborative||Central Corridor Funders Collaborative||Dan Mueller, Andi Egbert, Jane Tigan Ellen Mai Peter Mathison Craig Helmstetter||Central Corridor Funders Collaborative||Communities||1.0||2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016|
central minnesota community health survey health care health behaviors healthy eating exercise substance use alcohol smoking safety Benton County Chisago County Mille Lacs County Sherburne County Stearns County CentraCare Health System Albany Area Hospital and Medical Center
|Central Minnesota Adult Health Survey||Heather Johnson||11/5/2014 9:01 AM||Heather Johnson|
Wilder Research conducted a survey of adults in five Central Minnesota counties to learn more about their health status and health behaviors, as well as their perceptions of health concerns in their communities.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1400|| ||No||0||1400||13||11/5/2014 10:44 AM||Central Minnesota Adult Health Survey||Central Minnesota Adult Health Survey||Nicole MartinRogers||Central Minnesota Adult Health Survey||1.0||2014|
|Early Learning||Study||May 2015||5/29/2015|
proposed public policy approach, principles, and priorities early education pre-kindergarten pre-K child development
|Championing Early Childhood Policies that Prevent Inequities||Heather Johnson||5/29/2015 10:23 AM||Heather Johnson|
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.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1475|| ||No||0||1475||1||5/29/2015 12:59 PM||Championing Early Childhood Policies that Prevent Inequities||Championing Early Childhood Policies that Prevent Inequities||Richard Chase||Championing Early Childhood Policies that Prevent Inequities||1.0||2015|
|Education||literature review||Study||November 1997||11/1/1997|
best practices education research elementary school urban schools outcome goals curriculum classroom teaching climate characteristics successful Wilder Foundation Achievement Plus A Partnership for Community Schools effective schools
|Characteristics of Successful Urban Schools||Heather Johnson||10/19/2012 3:36 PM||Heather Johnson|
A literature review on "best practices" in urban elementary education. Topics include: outcome goals, curriculum, assessment, classroom practices and instruction, classroom climate, orientation to student learning, teacher leadership and development, school environment, and other schoolwide factors. Describes several program models in urban elementary education.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-909|| ||No||0||909||1||10/19/2012 3:57 PM||Characteristics of Successful Urban Schools||Characteristics of Successful Urban Schools||Dan Mueller||Characteristics of Successful Urban Schools||1.0||1997|
|Early Learning||needs assessment||Study||December 2013||12/1/2013|
childcare day care United Way of Northeastern Minnesota Upper Saint Louis County Itasca County early childhood education
|Child Care Needs in Northeastern Minnesota||Heather Johnson||12/26/2013 2:27 PM||Heather Johnson|
Wilder Research conducted a child care needs assessment for the United Way of Northeastern Minnesota. The purpose of the study was to determine the needs and issues regarding child care in the region from parent, provider, and employer perspectives.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1265|| ||No||0||1265||2||12/26/2013 2:38 PM||Child Care Needs in Northeastern Minnesota||Child Care Needs in Northeastern Minnesota||Denise Huynh||Child Care Needs in Northeastern Minnesota||1.0||2013|
|Early Learning||Survey||Study||June 2002||6/1/2002|
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
|Child Care Use in Minnesota 1999||Kerry Walsh||9/14/2012 3:12 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Results from a statewide survey on child care use in Minnesota among households with children 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability. Similar surveys were completed in 2004 and 2009.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-793|| ||No||0||793||8||9/14/2012 3:28 PM||Child Care Use in Minnesota 1999||Child Care Use in Minnesota 1999||Richard Chase, Ellen Shelton||Child Care Use in Minnesota 1999||1.0||2001, 2002|
|Early Learning||Survey||Study||June 2006||6/1/2006|
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
|Child Care Use in Minnesota 2004||Kerry Walsh||9/14/2012 2:41 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-787|| ||No||0||787||6||9/14/2012 3:01 PM||Child Care Use in Minnesota 2004||Child Care Use in Minnesota 2004||Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow||Child Care Use in Minnesota 2004||1.0||2005 2006 |
|Early Learning||survey||Study||November 2010||11/1/2010|
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
|Child Care Use in Minnesota 2009||Heather Johnson||4/12/2012 2:57 PM||Nancy Hartzler|
Results from a statewide survey on child care use in Minnesota among households with children 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability. The report also proposes recommendations to ensure that high quality, affordable child care is available for all families who need it. Similar surveys were completed in 1999 and 2004.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-16|| ||No||0||16||4||12/4/2013 11:16 AM||Child Care Use in Minnesota 2009||Child Care Use in Minnesota 2009||Richard Chase, Jennifer Valorose||Survey||Child Care Use in Minnesota 2009||Early Learning||1.0||2010|
|Early Learning||survey||Study||June 2007||6/1/2007|
early childhood care education providers preschools training Department of Human Services centers workforce 2006 statewide study of demographics training and professional development family childcare
|Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2006 Study||Heather Johnson||6/1/2012 11:27 AM||Heather Johnson|
The study provides information about the size, stability and the demographics of those serving children in licensed family child care homes, child care centers, preschools and school-age care programs. A study was also done in 2011.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-133|| ||No||0||133||2||9/21/2012 11:48 AM||Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2006 Study||Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2006 Study||Richard Chase, Christopher Moore, Sandi Pierce, Joanne Arnold||Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2006 Study||Early Learning||1.0||2007|
|Early Learning||survey||Study||August 2012||8/1/2012|
Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS early childhood care early childhood education child care providers childcare providers child care workforce demographics training and professional development family childcare family child care providers child care centers childcare centers center-based child and adult care food program training preschools
|Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2011 Study||Heather Johnson||9/21/2012 11:49 AM||Heather Johnson|
The study provides information about the size, stability and the demographics of those serving children in licensed family child care homes, child care centers, preschools, and school-age care programs. It also assesses child care providers' needs and barriers for participating in professional development opportunities. A study was also done in 2006.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-847|| ||No||0||847||1||9/21/2012 12:00 PM||Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2011 Study||Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2011 Study||Jennifer Valorose Richard Chase||Child Care Workforce in Minnesota, 2011 Study||1.0||2012|
|Mental Health||literature review||Study||April 2010||4/1/2010|
attachment adolescents youth child trauma focused parent child interaction therapy interventions anxiety PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder parent engagement intervention RAD Center Amherst H. Wilder Center for Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder
|Children's Mental Health - Trauma-Informed Care||Heather Johnson||6/22/2012 1:51 PM||Kerry Walsh|
These brief reports discuss trauma-informed services within children's mental health. One discusses the impact of childhood trauma that results from family violence, neglect, or abuse; promising interventions; and recommended strategies to further promote trauma-informed care. The second presents promising strategies to increase youth and family engagement through changes in agency practice, integration of appropriate interventions, and use of culturally-appropriate therapeutic approaches.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-311|| ||No||0||311||2||3/12/2013 12:39 PM||Children's Mental Health - Trauma-Informed Care||Children's Mental Health - Trauma-Informed Care||Melanie Ferris, Cheryl Holm-Hansen||Children's Mental Health - Trauma-Informed Care||Mental Health||1.0||2009 2010|
|Early Learning||evaluation||Study||September 2016||9/1/2016|
|Children's Theatre Company||Heather Johnson||10/28/2016 10:41 AM||Heather Johnson|
Children's Theatre Company developed a series of trauma-informed creative arts workshops to help children experiencing toxic stress develop social emotional skills and resilience. They worked with early childhood organizations to implement the workshops with young children. The evaluation looks at early impacts of the program, promising practices, and lessons learned.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1796|| ||No||0||1796||1||10/28/2016 10:49 AM||Children's Theatre Company||Children's Theatre Company||Amanda Hane||Children's Theatre Company||1.0||2016|
|Older Adults||evaluation||Study||June 2012||6/1/2012|
Phase II evaluation of the Chisago County First Contact pilot project aging Central Minnesota Council on Aging Senior LinkAge Line older adults Revation LinkLive Unified Communications
|Chisago County First Contact Pilot Project||Heather Johnson||12/12/2012 5:32 PM||Heather Johnson|
The First Contact Pilot Project, operated by the Central Minnesota Council on Aging, developed a service model to expand the role of the Senior LinkAge Line® and provide more seamless services to older adults. The final evaluation of Phase II of the project looked at the integration of Revation LinkLive™ software, the consumer experience, working relationships among service providers, the way in which providers share information, and the potential impact on consumer choice.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-976|| ||No||0||976||1||12/12/2012 5:44 PM||Chisago County First Contact Pilot Project||Chisago County First Contact Pilot Project||Greg Owen, Karen Ulstad, Christin Lindberg||Chisago County First Contact Pilot Project||1.0||2012|
|Substance Abuse Prevention||Evaluation||Study||August 2008||8/1/2008|
substance use abuse addiction women Chrysalis families
|Chrysalis' Effecting Positive Change Program||admin3||6/25/2012 2:42 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Chrysalis' Effecting Positive Change in Women and Children Program offers enhanced treatment support and recovery maintenance services for up to 12 months to substance abusing women who are pregnant and/or mothering dependent children, as well as their children. These evaluations describe services provided to women and the outcomes for women and children.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-375|| ||No||0||375||4||7/2/2012 2:10 PM||Chrysalis' Effecting Positive Change Program||Chrysalis' Effecting Positive Change Program||Monica Idzelis||Chrysalis' Effecting Positive Change Program||1.0||2007 2008|
quality of life Minneapolis neighborhoods housing getting around city departments city services diversity equity discrimination residents' opinions City of Minneapolis Neighborhood and Community Relations Department NCR
|City of Minneapolis Resident Survey||Heather Johnson||5/25/2017 3:51 PM||Heather Johnson|
In 2016, the City of Minneapolis contracted with Wilder Research to conduct a survey of Minneapolis residents. The survey asked residents about their quality of life and their satisfaction with services provided by the City.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1893|| ||No||0||1893||4||5/25/2017 4:06 PM||City of Minneapolis Resident Survey||City of Minneapolis Resident Survey||Stephanie Peterson, Amanda Petersen, Anna Bartholomay, Wendy Huckaby, Nicole MartinRogers||City of Minneapolis Resident Survey||1.0||2016|
City of St. Paul Recycle it Forward garbage recycling plastic plastice compost composting organic waste assessment survey focus groups interviews trash
|City of Saint Paul Recycle it Forward||Heather Johnson||8/15/2013 1:27 PM||Heather Johnson|
Results of a survey and focus groups that assessed recycling and waste management practices, knowledge, and preferences among Saint Paul residents.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1165|| ||No||0||1165||3||8/15/2013 1:48 PM||City of Saint Paul Recycle it Forward||City of Saint Paul Recycle it Forward||Cael Warren||City of Saint Paul Recycle it Forward||1.0||2013|
|Older Adults||other||Study||April 2007||4/20/2007|
citizen participation, volunteers, Baby Boomers, older adults, literature reviews, community involvement, focus groups, African Americans, Hmong people, low income, Atlantic Philanthropies, St. Paul Foundation, tools for effective community work civic involvement seniors volunteering Saint Paul Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties
|Civic Engagement of Baby Boomers||Heather Johnson||8/28/2012 3:38 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Saint Paul Foundation contracted with Wilder Research to conduct a study on the civic engagement of Baby Boomers in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-742|| ||No||0||742||1||8/28/2012 4:02 PM||Civic Engagement of Baby Boomers||Civic Engagement of Baby Boomers||Greg Owen, Maggie Skrypek||Civic Engagement of Baby Boomers||1.0||2007|
|Capacity Building||Evaluation||Study||May 2001||5/1/2001|
surveys tools scales groups collaborative what makes it work
|Collaboration Factors Inventory||Kerry Walsh||10/16/2012 2:42 PM||Kerry Walsh||HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-877|| ||No||0||877||1||10/16/2012 3:02 PM||Collaboration Factors Inventory||Collaboration Factors Inventory||Paul Mattessich, Barbara Monsey, Marta Murray-Close||Collaboration Factors Inventory||1.0||2001|
healthy communities robert wood johnson foundation rwj foundation Seattle Los Angeles Chicago Coatesville miami collaboration collaborating cross-sector collaboration commission to build a healthier america health care
|Collaboration to Build Healthier Communities||Heather Johnson||6/19/2013 11:29 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America focuses on collaboration between the health sector and other sectors. These reports are based on a nationwide survey to identify cross sector work and learn about collaborative action to improve the health of communities.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1132|| ||No||0||1132||4||6/19/2013 11:52 AM||Collaboration to Build Healthier Communities||Collaboration to Build Healthier Communities||Paul Mattessich, Ela Rausch||Collaboration to Build Healthier Communities||1.0||2013|
|Health||literature review||Study||September 2009||9/1/2009|
medical homes medical home minnesota department of health mdh minnesota department of human services dhs consultants on quality improvement health care home in minnesota learning collaboratives key informant interviews literature review
|Collaborative Learning Methods for Health Care Home Providers||Heather Johnson||7/16/2013 10:08 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Minnesota Departments of Health and Human Services worked with Wilder Research to learn about best practices for collaborative learning methods/models that could be implemented statewide for certification of clinics as "health care home" providers. Researchers reviewed literature and interviewed national experts.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1154|| ||No||0||1154||2||7/16/2013 10:29 AM||Collaborative Learning Methods for Health Care Home Providers||Collaborative Learning Methods for Health Care Home Providers||Michelle Decker Gerrard, Rachel Hardeman, Jill Jim||Collaborative Learning Methods for Health Care Home Providers||1.0||2009|
health nutrition food edible schoolyard outdoor classroom diversity SHIP statewide health improvement program anoka county
|Columbia Heights School District Edible Schoolyard||Heather Johnson||8/13/2012 4:25 PM||Heather Johnson|
Describes a SHIP project of the Columbia Heights School District, an Edible Schoolyard/Outdoor Classroom. In addition to teaching students about good nutrition, the garden serves as a welcoming gathering place for students and the community.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-689|| ||No||0||689||1||8/13/2012 4:36 PM||Columbia Heights School District Edible Schoolyard||Columbia Heights School District Edible Schoolyard||Melanie Ferris||Columbia Heights School District Edible Schoolyard||1.0||2011|
|Capacity Building||evaluation||Study||February 2009||2/1/2009|
faith-based organizations, capacity building, community coordination, violence prevention, youth programs, financial support, collaborations, program effectiveness, Kingdom Oil Christian Foundation Compassion Capital Fund, at risk persons, troubled youth Twin Cities Christian Foundation CEY Minneapolis
|Communities Empowering Youth - Minneapolis||Heather Johnson||6/5/2014 4:14 PM||Heather Johnson|
Evaluation of a collaborative effort focused on strengthening the capacity of youth-serving organizations in the distressed areas of Minneapolis' urban core.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1353|| ||No||0||1353||1||6/5/2014 4:20 PM||Communities Empowering Youth - Minneapolis||Communities Empowering Youth - Minneapolis||Christa Otteson Jessica Meyerson Greg Owen||Communities Empowering Youth - Minneapolis||1.0||2009|
|Health||Survey, Cost-benefit study||Study||June 2012||6/1/2012|
CHWs health care Iowa South Dakota Wisconsin American Cancer Society Midwest Division ACS ROI economic analysis cost savings value community health services cost effectiveness
|Community Health Workers in the Midwest||Heather Johnson||7/26/2012 10:58 AM||Kerry Walsh|
The American Cancer Society seeks to promote the use of community health workers throughout their midwest region. Wilder Research conducted an assessment designed to increase understanding of the community health worker workforce in four states: Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. WR also conducted a study to demonstrate the economic value of investing in cancer outreach via community health workers.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-597|| ||No||0||597||3||8/2/2012 3:18 PM||Community Health Workers in the Midwest||Community Health Workers in the Midwest||Rachel Hardeman, Michelle Decker Gerrard Jose Diaz||Community Health Workers in the Midwest||1.0||2012|
Summary of key findings from a survey of low-income residents and Community Action participants Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties CAPRW Ramsey County Washington County poverty employment health housing low income transportation child care crime safety Internet access community survey
|Community Needs Assessment for Ramsey and Washington Counties||Heather Johnson||1/30/2013 3:59 PM||Heather Johnson|
Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties focuses on bringing together resources to reduce poverty. A community needs assessment was conducted in 2012 and 2015 with low-income residents. The survey asked about employment, housing, education, health, and other family needs and included questions about Community Action services. The reports also present poverty data for Ramsey and Washington counties.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-996|| ||No||0||996||3||2/5/2016 2:46 PM||Community Needs Assessment for Ramsey and Washington Counties||Community Needs Assessment for Ramsey and Washington Counties||Nicole MartinRogers Cael Warren Ryan Steele Anna Bartholomay Ryan Evans||Community Needs Assessment for Ramsey and Washington Counties||1.0||2012 2015|
community needs assessment for the community action partnership of Scott, Carver & Dakota Counties Summary of Key Findings SCD-CAP poverty housing food health finances transportation child care
|Community Needs Assessment for the Community Action Partnership of Scott - Carver - Dakota Counties||Heather Johnson||2/5/2016 4:09 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Community Action Partnership of Scott, Carver, and Dakota Counties provides a variety of services with the goal of reducing poverty. Wilder Research conducted a community survey of program participants and other low-income residents to better understand their housing, health, transportation, child care, and other basic needs. The reports also include poverty data for the three counties.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1651|| ||No||0||1651||2||2/5/2016 4:36 PM||Community Needs Assessment for the Community Action Partnership of Scott - Carver - Dakota Counties||Community Needs Assessment for the Community Action Partnership of Scott - Carver - Dakota Counties||Nicole Martin Rogers Hollis Henry Anna Bartholomay||Community Needs Assessment for the Community Action Partnership of Scott - Carver - Dakota Counties||1.0||2015|
|Criminal Justice||other||Study||November 2015||11/1/2015|
Bush Foundation Bush Prize CVIC domestic violence family violence prevention Grand Forks North Dakota Safer Tomorrows
|Community Violence Intervention Center||Heather Johnson||12/11/2015 12:04 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Community Violence Intervention Center is a violence intervention and prevention agency based in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Its work in coordinating the Safer Tomorrows program, which institutionalized violence prevention education for students and athletes, and spearheading systems changes regarding domestic and sexual violence prevention and intervention in the community earned them a 2013 Bush Prize for innovation.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1609|| ||No||0||1609||1||12/21/2015 10:32 AM||Community Violence Intervention Center||Community Violence Intervention Center||Ryan Evans||Community Violence Intervention Center||1.0||2015|
social connectedness social capital grants blue cross and blue shield of minnesota foundation grantmaking social determinants of health grantees
|Connect for Health||Heather Johnson||6/9/2014 12:51 PM||Heather Johnson|
Connect for Health is a grantmaking initiative of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation. The initiative funded the work of organizations across the state working toward increasing social connectedness. The evaluation describes the work completed by the funded organizations and lessons learned through the grantmaking program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1361|| ||No||0||1361||2||6/9/2014 1:05 PM||Connect for Health||Connect for Health||Melanie Ferris Nick Stuber||Connect for Health||1.0||2014|
transit light rail grantmaking community based engagement corridor grants planning development decision making funding CET CoO community engagement team corridors of opportunity transit system community involvement
Metropolitan Council University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies CURA HousingLink small businesses community development finance institution capacity CDFI community engagement transit Central Corridor
|Corridors of Opportunity||Kerry Walsh||6/19/2012 2:20 PM||Heather Johnson|
This is a Twin Cities regional project to ensure that transit lines are planned with related developments (including jobs and affordable housing) so as to benefit low-income residents equitably as part of the overall economic development of the region.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-261|| ||No||0||261||10||7/22/2014 2:41 PM||Corridors of Opportunity||Corridors of Opportunity||Ellen Shelton Brian Pittman Cael Warren Ryan Steel||Corridors of Opportunity||Communities||1.0||2011 2012 2013 2014|
|Early Learning||cost-benefit study||Study||December 2008||12/1/2008|
economic impact early childhood care education school readiness bush foundation cost-benefit success return on investment burden costs system analysis
|Cost Burden to Minnesota K-12 System when Children are Unprepared for Kindergarten||admin3||4/18/2012 10:30 AM||Nancy Hartzler|
Estimates the cost burden to the Minnesota K-12 system due to children entering kindergarten unprepared for school success.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-33|| ||No||0||33||1||7/2/2012 2:25 PM||Cost Burden to Minnesota K-12 System when Children are Unprepared for Kindergarten||Cost Burden to Minnesota K-12 System when Children are Unprepared for Kindergarten||Richard Chase, Brandon Coffee-Borden, Paul Anton, Christopher Moore, Jennifer Valorose||Cost-benefit Study||Cost Burden to Minnesota K-12 System when Children are Unprepared for Kindergarten||Early Learning||1.0||2008|
|Mental Health||Cost-benefit Study||Study||October 2010||10/1/2010|
mothers economic costs
|Cost of Untreated Maternal Depression||admin3||4/18/2012 10:03 AM||Nancy Hartzler|
This brief estimates the potential two-generational annual economic costs of untreated maternal depression.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-28|| ||No||0||28||1||7/2/2012 2:26 PM||Cost of Untreated Maternal Depression||Cost of Untreated Maternal Depression||Cost-benefit Study||Cost of Untreated Maternal Depression||Mental Health||1.0||2010|
|Education||cost-benefit study||Study||May 2011||5/1/2011|
ROI Ounce of Prevention Fund Illinois Action for Children Voices for Illinois Children early childhood cost benefit
|Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Illinois||Heather Johnson||6/19/2012 2:51 PM||Heather Johnson|
This study estimates the current cost savings and revenues generated from Illinois’ investments in school readiness for 3-to 5-year-olds over the past 23 years. It also estimates the additional cost burdens that occur when children are not fully prepared when they enter kindergarten, and it quantifies the additional economic benefits that could be realized if Illinois were to expand its investment in school readiness to all educationally disadvantaged children.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-264|| ||No||0||264||2||7/23/2012 11:42 AM||Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Illinois||Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Illinois||Richard Chase Jose Diaz Jennifer Valorose||Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Illinois||1.0||2011|
|Early Learning||cost-benefit study||Study||March 2013||3/1/2013|
kindergarten readiness readysetsoar ready set soar frank m tait foundation early childhood education social value Northridge mad river trotwood-madison dayton public jefferson township
|Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Montgomery County - Ohio||Heather Johnson||7/16/2013 9:46 AM||Heather Johnson|
This analysis considers the lifetime economic value of investing in the healthy development and school readiness of children in five high-poverty school districts in Montgomery County, Ohio.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1151|| ||No||0||1151||2||7/24/2013 10:12 AM||Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Montgomery County - Ohio||Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Montgomery County - Ohio||Gabriel Pina, Jose Diaz, Richard Chase||Cost Savings Analysis of School Readiness in Montgomery County - Ohio||1.0||2013|
CJRR school nutrition nutritious foods nutrition policies school health school wellness council child care physical activity preschool LANA curriculum learning about nutrition through activities imil curriculum I am moving I am learning Cottonwood-Jackson Community Health Services Statewide Health Improvement Program SHIP Cottonwood Jackson Redwood Renville health care providers active referrals intervention active communities walking biking employee wellness initiative health assessment
|Cottonwood, Jackson, Redwood, Renville Counties SHIP||Heather Johnson||8/6/2012 11:22 AM||Heather Johnson|
Cottonwood, Jackson, Redwood, and Renville counties were awarded a Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) grant to employ evidence-based strategies to make policy, systems, and environmental change in schools, communities, worksites, and health care systems. Reports describe the impact of the initiatives on nutrition, physical activity, and health. Wilder Research worked with multiple SHIP grantees across the state of Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-637|| ||No||0||637||9||8/6/2012 12:36 PM||Cottonwood, Jackson, Redwood, Renville Counties SHIP||Cottonwood, Jackson, Redwood, Renville Counties SHIP||Natalie Alizaga, Nicole MartinRogers||Cottonwood, Jackson, Redwood, Renville Counties SHIP||1.0||2011|
|Youth and Family||literature review||Study||January 2017||1/1/2017|
trauma VOA self-assessment
|Creating a Trauma-Informed Organization||Heather Johnson||8/15/2017 5:27 PM||Heather Johnson|
Volunteers of America offers thousands of programs across the United States, serving people with a broad range of needs. Many of them have been exposed to trauma. Wilder Research conducted a literature review on best practices in trauma-informed care to help Volunteers of America build a system of supports that helps people successfully cope with trauma.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1937|| ||No||0||1937||1||8/15/2017 5:30 PM||Creating a Trauma-Informed Organization||Creating a Trauma-Informed Organization||Sera Kinoglu, Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Maggie Skrypek||Creating a Trauma-Informed Organization||1.0||2017|
|Criminal Justice||evaluation||Study||March 2010||3/1/2010|
victims of crime criminal justice system crime ojp dps physical abuse sexual abuse emotional abuse crime victim crime victims children child neglect child maltreatment domestic abuse domestic violence family violence intimate partner violence sexual assault perpetrators law enforcement victimization child protection
|Crime Victims Services||Heather Johnson||8/28/2012 2:46 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs asked Wilder Research to develop brief reports that "tell the story" of victim services in the state and suggest new directions. Reports covered domestic violence, sexual assault, general crime, and child abuse.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-737|| ||No||0||737||4||8/28/2012 3:14 PM||Crime Victims Services||Crime Victims Services||Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Lyungai Mbilinyi, Laura Martell Kelly Melanie Ferris, Mao Thao Monica Idzelis, Amy Leite Bennett||Crime Victims Services||1.0||2005 2007 2009 2010|
community involvement volunteers volunteering partnerships capacity building business corporate
|Cummins Power Generation - Community Involvement Programs Results||Kerry Walsh||8/3/2012 10:15 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Evaluation of a community engagement program focused on the partnerships around the company's headquarters in Fridley, Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-630|| ||No||0||630||2||8/3/2012 10:15 AM||Cummins Power Generation - Community Involvement Programs Results||Cummins Power Generation - Community Involvement Programs Results||Laura Martell Kelly||Cummins Power Generation - Community Involvement Programs Results||1.0||2009|
obesity health childcare early childhood education nutrition focus group LANA
|Dakota County Childhood Obesity Prevention Initiative||Heather Johnson||8/13/2012 3:30 PM||Heather Johnson|
Dakota County Public Health Department was interested in developing strategies to provide effective health information materials to parents and caregivers of young children. Wilder Research staff conducted focus groups with parents and caregivers of young children to learn about key factors in childhood obesity prevention strategies, including eating healthy foods and developing healthy mealtime and exercise habits, communication preferences, and parent perceptions of childhood obesity.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-684|| ||No||0||684||2||8/13/2012 3:47 PM||Dakota County Childhood Obesity Prevention Initiative||Dakota County Childhood Obesity Prevention Initiative||Melanie Ferris||Dakota County Childhood Obesity Prevention Initiative||1.0||2007 2011|
Dakota County Environmental Resources Department Minnesota GreenCorps
|Dakota County Food Waste Reduction||Heather Johnson||6/8/2016 10:17 AM||Heather Johnson|
The Dakota County Environmental Resources Department in partnership with MN GreenCorps wanted to gather feedback to inform a food waste reduction education campaign. Wilder Research conducted focus groups to gain insight on when, why, and how food gets wasted in households.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1739|| ||No||0||1739||1||6/8/2016 11:01 AM||Dakota County Food Waste Reduction||Dakota County Food Waste Reduction||Madeleine Hansen Cael Warren||Dakota County Food Waste Reduction||1.0||2016|
|Criminal Justice||Evaluation||Study||February 2003||2/1/2003|
crime prevention juvenile delinquents Hennepin County Legislative funding
|Delinquents Under 10 - Targeted Early Intervention||Kerry Walsh||4/29/2013 3:16 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Evaluates a program intended to reduce risk factors for delinquency and increase protective factors such as school success and a stable relationship with at least one caring adult.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1095|| ||No||0||1095||1||4/29/2013 3:26 PM||Delinquents Under 10 - Targeted Early Intervention||Delinquents Under 10 - Targeted Early Intervention||Michelle Decker Gerrard, Greg Owen||Delinquents Under 10 - Targeted Early Intervention||1.0||2003|
dentist dental therapists oral health care low-income patients dental therapist production and revenues
|Delta Dental of Minnesota||Heather Johnson||5/15/2017 1:35 PM||Heather Johnson|
Delta Dental of Minnesota supported two clinics to hire and employ a dental therapist professional. Dental therapists are primary oral health professionals that can practice in settings that serve underserved patients. These case studies explore the experiences of the clinics.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1886|| ||No||0||1886||2||5/18/2017 4:44 PM||Delta Dental of Minnesota||Delta Dental of Minnesota||Brittney Wagner, Melanie Ferris, Jose Diaz||Delta Dental of Minnesota||1.0||2017|
diversity aging education school enrollment demographics academic achievement graduation
|Demographic and Education Profile of Kandiyohi County||Heather Johnson||1/30/2013 4:40 PM||Heather Johnson|
A profile of Kandiyohi County demographics and education, including a look at older adults, populations of color, income, student characteristics, and academic achievement.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-998|| ||No||0||998||1||1/30/2013 5:02 PM||Demographic and Education Profile of Kandiyohi County||Demographic and Education Profile of Kandiyohi County||Jane Tigan||Demographic and Education Profile of Kandiyohi County||1.0||2012|
|Older Adults||evaluation||Study||June 2003||6/1/2003|
Department of Occupational Therapy College of Saint Catherine University mental health wellness elderly seniors older adults physical therapy occupational therapy SF-36
|Designing a Life of Wellness||Heather Johnson||10/22/2013 11:48 AM||Heather Johnson|
Designing a Life of Wellness is a program for older adults that uses a proactive approach to enhance personal management of life choices and actions. The evaluation looked at the impact of the intervention on the wellbeing and quality of life of program participants.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1201|| ||No||0||1201||2||10/22/2013 12:08 PM||Designing a Life of Wellness||Designing a Life of Wellness||Cara Bailey||Designing a Life of Wellness||1.0||2003|
|Early Learning||cost-benefit study||Study||February 2015||2/1/2015|
ROI preschool early childhood education economic returns Fisher Foundation return on investment
|Detroit's One Child School Readiness Dividend||Heather Johnson||6/19/2012 3:58 PM||Heather Johnson|
This study demonstrates the economic value to state government and the public of investing in school readiness for just one more child at risk of academic failure in Detroit relative to Michigan as whole.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-267|| ||No||0||267||3||5/26/2015 1:46 PM||Detroit's One Child School Readiness Dividend||Detroit's One Child School Readiness Dividend||Richard Chase, Jose Diaz||Detroit's One Child School Readiness Dividend||Early Learning||1.0||2011 2012 2015|
ISD 287 Achieving Graduation by Reducing Achievement Disparities A-GRAD Hennepin County Public Schools District 287 drop out
|Diploma On! Program||Heather Johnson||2/1/2016 1:02 PM||Heather Johnson|
Diploma On! works to re-engage students who have dropped out of Hennepin County schools and ultimately increase graduation rates. The evaluation measured the project's early accomplishments.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1645|| ||No||0||1645||1||2/1/2016 1:26 PM||Diploma On! Program||Diploma On! Program||Julie Atella||Diploma On! Program||1.0||2015|
|Substance Abuse Prevention||Evaluation||Study||October 2009||10/1/2009|
methamphetamine community-based treatment Crossroads Odyssey Journey Level of Service Inventory LSI-R substance abuse programs correctional institutions social support child welfare criminals housing academic achievement employment program evaluation
|Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted Methamphetamine Treatment Project||admin3||6/25/2012 3:20 PM||Kerry Walsh|
The Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted (DFO) Methamphetamine Treatment Project is an initiative funded by the Minnesota Department of Pubic Safety, Office of Justice Programs. Reports summarize the evaluation plan and project components; provide a brief overview of key project activities; and describe characteristics and outcomes of clients served.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-380|| ||No||0||380||4||7/2/2012 4:03 PM||Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted Methamphetamine Treatment Project||Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted Methamphetamine Treatment Project||Melanie Ferris Cheryl Holm-Hansen||Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted Methamphetamine Treatment Project||1.0||2007 2008 2009|
|Youth and Family||Other||Study||November 2009||11/1/2009|
snapshot TVPA children crimes policy recommendations
|Domestic Trafficking of Minors in the United States||Kerry Walsh||6/13/2013 10:41 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Human trafficking is the third most profitable business for organized crime after drug and firearms trafficking. This brief introduces the issues surrounding domestic minor sex trafficking, including risk factors, impacts, and recommendations for policy and practice.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1118|| ||No||0||1118||1||6/13/2013 10:43 AM||Domestic Trafficking of Minors in the United States||Domestic Trafficking of Minors in the United States||Amy Leite, Monica Idzelis, Laura Martell Kelly, Julie Atella, Amy Leite Bennett||Domestic Trafficking of Minors in the United States||1.0||2009|
|Early Learning||literature review||Study||December 2008||12/1/2008|
early childhood development early childhood education school readiness spending young children Minnesota child care childcare early childhood programs child care assistance program ccap kindergarten readiness early childhood business plan asset review The McKnight Foundation The Minneapolis Foundation Bush Foundation Blandin Foundation Sheltering Arms Foundation Grotto Foundation Social Venture Partners Greater Twin Cities United Way policy financing early care and education partnerships organizations programs state early childhood system model
|Early Care and Education in Minnesota||Heather Johnson||8/28/2012 10:01 AM||Heather Johnson|
This report, summary, and fact sheet describe the status of Minnesota's early childhood care and education system in 2008. It is based on a review of reports, group discussions, and interviews around the state with 175 early childhood stakeholders. It also provides recommendations for how to improve upon assets and implement new approaches and assumptions.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-728|| ||No||0||728||3||8/28/2012 12:57 PM||Early Care and Education in Minnesota||Early Care and Education in Minnesota||Richard Chase Kristin Dillon, Jennifer Valorose||Early Care and Education in Minnesota||1.0||2008|
|Early Learning||literature review||Study||June 2009||6/1/2009|
BUILD Ready 4 K MECCS MDH Department of Health National Early Childhood Systems Workgroup early learning mental health family support special needs Building Connections early intervention children kids health education outcomes indicators disparities school readiness policy
|Early Childhood Minnesota||Heather Johnson||4/12/2012 3:43 PM||Nancy Hartzler|
Looks at indicators and strategies for Minnesota’s early childhood system. Presents data for 22 indicators of child and family health and well-being and system indicators of quality and access. Indicators represent four, overlapping themes: early learning, family support, health/mental health, and special needs/early intervention. The report also identifies a set of key strategies for improving outcomes for young children. A special analysis highlights disparities in income, race, and geography that adversely affect the health and well-being of Minnesota children under age 6 and their families.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-20|| ||No||0||20||5||10/21/2013 1:40 PM||Early Childhood Minnesota||Early Childhood Minnesota||Christopher Moore, Richard Chase, Megan Waltz, Jennifer Valorose, Shelly Hendricks||Other||Early Childhood Minnesota||Early Learning||1.0||2009 2008 2003|
|Homelessness and Housing||needs assessment||Study||July 2008||7/1/2008|
homelessness homeless affordable housing demographic analysis needs assessment low-income LISC Frey Local Initiatives Support Corporation households cost burden Anoka County Dakota County Ramsey County Washington County housing development renters homeowners cost-burdened
|East Metro Housing Needs||Heather Johnson||8/28/2012 1:22 PM||Heather Johnson|
This report presents projections of the need for housing affordable to low-income households in the East Metro area of the Twin Cities, including Anoka, Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington counties.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-732|| ||No||0||732||2||8/28/2012 2:19 PM||East Metro Housing Needs||East Metro Housing Needs||Craig Helmstetter Allen Burns||East Metro Housing Needs||1.0||2008|
|Mental Health||Evaluation||Study||November 2017||11/1/2017|
Regions Hospital IRTS Intensive Residential Treatment Service Anoka Metro Regional Treatment Center AMRTC Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set HEDIS mental health emergency department suicide rates mental health crisis alliance
|East Metro Mental Health Roundtable||Heather Johnson||4/2/2013 10:25 AM||Kerry Walsh|
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.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1056|| ||No||0||1056||7||1/4/2018 11:00 AM||East Metro Mental Health Roundtable||East Metro Mental Health Roundtable||Amy Leite Bennett Kristin Dillon Darcie Thomsen Sophak Mom||East Metro Mental Health Roundtable||1.0||2012 2015 2016 2017|
community connectedness human services housing transportation health education economic opportunity
|East Metro Pulse||Heather Johnson||3/8/2017 4:24 PM||Heather Johnson|
The Saint Paul Foundation worked with Wilder Research to conduct a survey of residents in Dakota, Ramsey, and Washington Counties. The study will be conducted every two years to learn more about East Metro residents' background, experiences, opinions, and needs in the areas of community connectedness, economic opportunity and security, education, health, housing and transportation, and human services and family support.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1852|| ||No||0||1852||2||3/9/2017 10:29 AM||East Metro Pulse||East Metro Pulse||Emma Connell, Sera Kinoglu, Nicole MartinRogers||East Metro Pulse||1.0||2017|
|Youth and Family||evaluation||Study||February 2012||2/1/2012|
Minnesota Children's Trust Fund grant ESFC Saint Paul community neighborhood resources Strengthening Families Child Abuse Neglect Prevention program case management crisis housing services life skills family navigator family programs support St. developme
|East Side Family Center - Children's Trust Fund Grant||Heather Johnson||6/1/2012 2:51 PM||Heather Johnson|
The East Side Family Center supports children, families, and neighborhoods in the east side of Saint Paul by providing education, support, and referrals to community resources. The ESFC received a three-year grant, plus a one-year extension grant, from the Minnesota Children’s Trust Fund. The multi-year evaluation focused on a number of indicators, including employment, stable housing, resolution of domestic abuse situations, education attainment for youth, and more.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-136|| ||No||0||136||3||4/21/2014 3:24 PM||East Side Family Center - Children's Trust Fund Grant||East Side Family Center - Children's Trust Fund Grant||Amy Leite Bennett||East Side Family Center - Children's Trust Fund Grant||Youth and Family||1.0||2008 2010 2012|
|Homelessness and Housing||evaluation||Study||April 2016||4/1/2016|
Neighborhood House ESFC Family Center John A. Johnson Achievement Plus rental stability school attendance retention case management life skills education families employment referrals academic achievement low income affordable student mobility EHOP family housing plans landlords family housing plans renters landlords self-reliance students reading student stability
|East Side Housing Trust Fund||Heather Johnson||6/1/2012 4:24 PM||Heather Johnson|
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-141|| ||No||0||141||15||6/2/2016 1:56 PM||East Side Housing Trust Fund||East Side Housing Trust Fund||Amy Leite Bennett Terri Mazurek Dan Mueller Jennifer Maxfield Jennifer Lee Schultz Stephanie Nelson-Dusek Madeleine Hansen||Evaluation||East Side Housing Trust Fund||Homelessness and Housing||1.0||2011 2006 2008 2009 2010 2012 2013 2015 2016|
|Education||Evaluation, Literature Review||Study||April 2007||4/1/2007|
Saint Paul John A. Johnson Achievement Plus Elementary Bruce F. Vento Elementary School Sisters of Notre Dame control groups comparison group elementary school students reading Diagnostic Reading Assessment DRA Stanford Achievement Test SAT10 program evaluation school success
|East Side Learning Center Tutoring Program||Kerry Walsh||8/13/2012 11:30 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Literature review examining effective tutoring for young readers and the evaluation of a one-on-one tutoring program for students who are below grade level in reading.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-666|| ||No||0||666||2||8/13/2012 1:21 PM||East Side Learning Center Tutoring Program||East Side Learning Center Tutoring Program||Jennifer Lee Schultz, Dan Mueller, Jennifer Maxfield||East Side Learning Center Tutoring Program||1.0||2007|
|Immigration||Other literature review||Study||May 2015||5/1/2015|
tpt financial services African American Hmong Latino Somali 1.5 generation immigrants banks banking money management talking circles East Africans Muslim Islamic banking
|ECHO Minnesota||Heather Johnson||10/6/2015 2:29 PM||Heather Johnson|
ECHO Minnesota partners with health, safety, and media organizations to help diverse communities access the resources they need regarding health, safety, civic engagement, and emergency readiness. They worked with Wilder Research to gather information about increasing mainstream financial service usage among four cultural communities. For more information and resources produced through the Make Money Work project, go to: http://www.echominnesota.org/make_money_work
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1541|| ||No||0||1541||8||1/6/2016 3:35 PM||ECHO Minnesota||ECHO Minnesota||Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton||ECHO Minnesota||1.0||2015 2014|
Evaluation of Best Practices in Community Outreach and Engagement in the Minnesota Multi-Language Messaging Initiative MLMI
|ECHO Minnesota - Minnesota Multi-Language Messaging Initiative||Heather Johnson||2/16/2016 11:07 AM||Heather Johnson|
A partnership of ECHO Minnesota and Twin Cities Public Television, together with technology, emergency management, communications, and cultural community partners for the purpose of developing standardized alert and warning messages in languages spoken by Hmong and Somali immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1668|| ||No||0||1668||1||2/16/2016 11:41 AM||ECHO Minnesota - Minnesota Multi-Language Messaging Initiative||ECHO Minnesota - Minnesota Multi-Language Messaging Initiative||Ellen Shelton, Thalia Hall||ECHO Minnesota - Minnesota Multi-Language Messaging Initiative||1.0||2015|
|Communities||cost-benefit study||Study||April 2012||4/1/2012|
cost effectiveness return on investment economic impact analysis small businesses Africans immigrants financial literacy training loans community development
|Economic Impact of African Development Center of Minnesota||Heather Johnson||7/27/2012 2:57 PM||Heather Johnson|
The African Development Center (ADC) offers financial literacy training, business development, and homeownership financing to Minnesota African communities. Wilder Research conducted a return on investment study and economic impact analysis of ADC's services.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-605|| ||No||0||605||2||7/27/2012 3:17 PM||Economic Impact of African Development Center of Minnesota||Economic Impact of African Development Center of Minnesota||Omar Da'ar||Economic Impact of African Development Center of Minnesota||1.0||2012|
|Mental Health||Literature Review||Study||January 2007||1/1/2007|
depression mental health youth girls adolescents femailes school community interventions literature review
|Effective Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression in Adolescent Girls||Kerry Walsh||8/13/2012 1:25 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Reviews the research literature on the effectiveness of services to prevent or treat depression in adolescent girls.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-669|| ||No||0||669||1||8/13/2012 1:33 PM||Effective Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression in Adolescent Girls||Effective Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression in Adolescent Girls||Jennifer Lee Schultz, Dan Mueller, Jennifer Maxfield||Effective Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression in Adolescent Girls||1.0||2007|
|Substance Abuse Prevention||Cost-benefit study||Study||January 2009||1/1/2009|
cost effectiveness ROI return on investment substance abuse programs validated programs best practices outcomes of treatment key informant interviews meth methamphetamines Anoka Dodge Fillmore Olmsted
|Effective Stimulant Abuse Treatment Strategies||admin3||6/25/2012 4:26 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Identifies program elements supported by best practice literature, summarizes preliminary client outcomes, and conducts prospective benefit-cost analysis for two treatment programs. The Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted Methamphetamine Program and the Anoka County Enhanced Treatment Program both provide treatment recovery services to individuals recovering from addictions to meth and other stimulants.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-387|| ||No||0||387||2||7/2/2012 3:19 PM||Effective Stimulant Abuse Treatment Strategies||Effective Stimulant Abuse Treatment Strategies||Melanie Ferris Allen Burns Paul Anton||Effective Stimulant Abuse Treatment Strategies||1.0||2009|
|Criminal Justice||Literature Review||Study||August 2003||8/1/2003|
Hennepin County School Success Project interventions school attendance
|Effective Truancy Prevention and Intervention||Kerry Walsh||4/29/2013 3:48 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Results of a literature review of research related to effective truancy prevention programs of three types: school-based, community-based, and law enforcement or court-based interventions. This project was part of an effort for the Hennepin County School Success Project.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1097|| ||No||0||1097||1||4/29/2013 4:00 PM||Effective Truancy Prevention and Intervention||Effective Truancy Prevention and Intervention||Michelle Decker Gerrard, Alyssa Burhans, Jennifer Fair||Effective Truancy Prevention and Intervention||1.0||2003|
|Education||Literature Review||Study||November 2006||11/1/2006|
postsecondary enrollment education school success outreach program effectiveness academic achievement youth disadvantaged
|Effectiveness of Programs to Improve Postsecondary Education Enrollment and Success of Underrepresented Youth||Kerry Walsh||8/13/2012 2:27 PM||Kerry Walsh|
A literature review of the effectiveness of outreach programs to improve postsecondary education enrollment and success of underrepresented youth.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-678|| ||No||0||678||2||8/13/2012 2:46 PM||Effectiveness of Programs to Improve Postsecondary Education Enrollment and Success of Underrepresented Youth||Effectiveness of Programs to Improve Postsecondary Education Enrollment and Success of Underrepresented Youth||Jennifer Lee Schultz, Dan Mueller, Jennifer Maxfield||Effectiveness of Programs to Improve Postsecondary Education Enrollment and Success of Underrepresented Youth||1.0||2006|
|Homelessness and Housing||Other||Study||February 2009||2/1/2009|
Ramsey County homeless people emergency shelters transitional housing battered women's shelters statistical data record systems long term homelessness shelter
|Emergency Shelters, Transitional Housing, and Battered Women's Shelters in Ramsey County||Heather Johnson||9/5/2012 2:57 PM||Kerry Walsh|
These reports provide information on the use of emergency shelters, transitional housing, and battered women’s shelters in Ramsey County based on data provided by the shelters and housing programs.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-749|| ||No||0||749||10||9/6/2012 4:44 PM||Emergency Shelters, Transitional Housing, and Battered Women's Shelters in Ramsey County||Emergency Shelters, Transitional Housing, and Battered Women's Shelters in Ramsey County||Terry Tilsen, Richard Chase, Shelly Hendricks, Edith Gozali-Lee, Craig Helmstetter, Laura McLain Joanne Arnold Emily Warren||Emergency Shelters, Transitional Housing, and Battered Women's Shelters in Ramsey County||1.0||1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2009|
|Older Adults||evaluation||Study||June 2016||6/1/2016|
Community Service/Services Development grant Live Well grants Minnesota Department of Human Services Alzheimer's disease Dementia Capable Health Care Home Project Alzheimer's Association Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging Northwoods Partners Age Well Arrowhead
|Essentia Health||Heather Johnson||10/7/2016 9:47 AM||Heather Johnson|
Essentia Health received a grant to design and implement new strategies for a dementia capable health care home model. Wilder Research conducted an evaluation of the Dementia Capable Health Care Home Project.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1777|| ||No||0||1777||1||10/7/2016 10:18 AM||Essentia Health||Essentia Health||Christin Lindberg Greg Owen Karen Ulstad||Essentia Health||1.0||2016|
|Substance Abuse Prevention||Evaluation||Study||June 2006||6/1/2006|
VSS ATOD prevention substance use alcohol tobacco drugs assessments programs
|Evaluation of ATOD Programs - Vietnamese Social Services||admin3||6/25/2012 2:02 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Evaluation of Vietnamese Social Service’s alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) prevention program that was expanded with funding from the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS).
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-368|| ||No||0||368||1||7/2/2012 3:23 PM||Evaluation of ATOD Programs - Vietnamese Social Services||Evaluation of ATOD Programs - Vietnamese Social Services||Brian Pittman Nicole MartinRogers||Evaluation of ATOD Programs - Vietnamese Social Services||1.0||2006|
Minneapolis Public Schools PDT2 VLC virtual learning communities education teachers
|Evaluation of Professional Development Through Technology||Kerry Walsh||8/10/2012 1:04 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Evaluation of a Minneapolis Public Schools professional development program that uses virtual learning communities to increase technology integration in the classroom.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-653|| ||No||0||653||1||8/10/2012 1:30 PM||Evaluation of Professional Development Through Technology||Evaluation of Professional Development Through Technology||Jennifer Maxfield, Denise Huynh, Dan Mueller||Evaluation of Professional Development Through Technology||1.0||2011|
A review of CHW utilization, lessons learned, and future outlook from select organizations employing CHWs in Minnesota community health workers Minnesota Department of Health MDH Minnesota Community Health Worker Alliance key informant interviews
|Experiences of Community Health Worker Employers in Minnesota||Heather Johnson||12/10/2015 3:51 PM||Heather Johnson|
Community Health Workers provide health-related services reaching underserved populations in their communities. The Minnesota Department of Health worked with the Minnesota Community Health Worker Alliance and Wilder Research to identify experiences of organizations that employ CHWs; information was collected via key informant interviews.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1607|| ||No||0||1607||1||12/10/2015 4:17 PM||Experiences of Community Health Worker Employers in Minnesota||Experiences of Community Health Worker Employers in Minnesota||Rebecca Schultz||Experiences of Community Health Worker Employers in Minnesota||1.0||2015|
|demonstration project||Study||September 2006||9/1/2006|
workforce development low income workers support training programs incumbent workers employment programs job training job skills welfare reform working poor work first working parents low skilled workers evaluation Governor's Workforce Development Council employers fact sheet Building a better bootstrap
|Families Forward Initiative||Heather Johnson||9/12/2012 9:52 AM||Heather Johnson|
An initiative of The McKnight Foundation to help low-wage working parents gain access to better jobs through training and education. The initiative was launched in September 2001 and ended in 2006. Reports prevent evaluation results, including findings about participants, their experiences combining training with work and family responsibilities, and their job outcomes. They also highlight findings about what it takes for providers to offer skill development programs that meet the needs of workers and employers.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-767|| ||No||0||767||7||9/12/2012 11:23 AM||Families Forward Initiative||Families Forward Initiative||Greg Owen, Ellen Shelton, Melissa Barker, June Heineman, Ben Shardlow Nicole Martin Nicole MartinRogers Thalia Cooper Karen Ulstad Brian Pittman Thalia Hall||Families Forward Initiative||1.0||2003 2005 2006|
|Early Learning||Other||Study||July 2015||7/1/2015|
Early childhood data collaborative P-20 Development and Training Build Initiative The Knowledge Fund Minneapolis Foundation Blandin Foundation child care childcare FFN caregivers child development early learning integrated early childhood data system family and community engagement tools family engagement community engagement survey tool child care providers W.K. Kellogg Foundation family engagement survey tools family and community knowledge systems Early Childhood Assessment Quality Rating tool
|Family and Community Knowledge Systems Project||Heather Johnson||7/26/2012 12:55 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Funded with a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, this project emphasizes the role of family and community knowledge systems in whole-child development and formal early childhood programs. Two tools were developed: one for parents to assess healthy early childhood development and a second for providers and program staff to assess program quality.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-600|| ||No||0||600||4||8/17/2015 10:31 AM||Family and Community Knowledge Systems Project||Family and Community Knowledge Systems Project||Richard Chase||Family and Community Knowledge Systems Project||1.0||2012 2014 2015|
|Youth and Family||evaluation||Study||January 2012||1/1/2012|
Child protective services child protection intervention for addressing chronic neglect maltreatment child welfare caseworkers stearns county carver county
|Family Asset Builder Program||admin3||6/21/2012 2:31 PM||Heather Johnson|
In 2009, Casey Family Programs and the American Humane Association began a collaboration to design and implement a new response to cases of chronic neglect in the child welfare system. The new intervention model, called Family Asset Builder, was implemented in two Minnesota Counties, Stearns and Carver. The 2010 report provides an overview of lessons learned from the initial planning and development of the program, and the 2012 report examines the successes and challenges during the first nine months of administering the intervention model from the perspective of the staff involved.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-294|| ||No||0||294||3||7/2/2012 3:24 PM||Family Asset Builder Program||Family Asset Builder Program||Tyler Corwin, Erin Maher, Maggie Skrypek, Caren Kaplan, Michelle Decker Gerrard, Greg Owen||Family Asset Builder Program||Youth and Family||1.0||2010 2012|
|Early Learning||survey||Study||July 2012||7/1/2012|
family child care childcare minnesota department of human services dhs professional development family child care association
|Family Child Care Associations in Minnesota||Heather Johnson||9/7/2012 1:23 PM||Heather Johnson|
In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Wilder Research contacted family child care associations throughout Minnesota to gather information about their characteristics, the professional development opportunities they provide, their attitudes toward licensing requirements, and their awareness of early childhood organizations and resources.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-763|| ||No||0||763||1||9/7/2012 1:57 PM||Family Child Care Associations in Minnesota||Family Child Care Associations in Minnesota||Richard Chase, Jennifer Valorose||Family Child Care Associations in Minnesota||1.0||2012|
|Mental Health||literature review||Study||January 2009||1/1/2009|
family involvement mental health programs services troubled youth consumer serious emotional disturbances advisory support groups peer mentors children
|Family Involvement in Mental Health Services||admin3||4/18/2012 10:18 AM||Nancy Hartzler|
This report and brief highlights the benefits of involving families in mental health services. It also presents successful strategies to engage families in services and decision-making, as well as common challenges, and how service providers have addressed them.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-32|| ||No||0||32||2||7/2/2012 3:27 PM||Family Involvement in Mental Health Services||Family Involvement in Mental Health Services||Melanie Ferris||Literature Review||Family Involvement in Mental Health Services||Mental Health||1.0||2009 2008|
|Education||literature review||Study||July 1999||7/1/1999|
education family involvement minority race ethnicity poverty low income Wilder Foundation Achievement Plus barriers academic success parent involvement Achievement Plus A partnership for community schools
|Family Involvement to Promote Student Achievement||Heather Johnson||10/19/2012 3:18 PM||Heather Johnson|
This literature review discusses barriers to parent involvement, types of involvement that are linked to student achievement, and strategies for increasing family involvement in schools.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-907|| ||No||0||907||1||10/19/2012 3:28 PM||Family Involvement to Promote Student Achievement||Family Involvement to Promote Student Achievement||Edith Gozali-Lee||Family Involvement to Promote Student Achievement||1.0||1999|
|Youth and Family||Evaluation||Study||November 2014||11/1/2014|
arts learning Rich Reeder homelessness youth perform Minnesota State Arts Board Ain Dah Yung Center Avenues for Homeless Youth Full Cycle Kulture Klub Collaborative SafeZone YouthLink
|Film in the City||Kerry Walsh||12/31/2014 2:48 PM||Kerry Walsh|
Film in the City is an arts learning program that offers homeless youth in the Twin Cities an opportunity to learn filmmaking skills from professional artists, as well as express themselves through the art of film. Reports include program evaluation results.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1424|| ||No||0||1424||2||12/31/2014 2:50 PM||Film in the City||Film in the City||Ryan Evans||Film in the City||1.0||2014|
|Early Learning||evaluation||Study||March 2012||3/1/2012|
Work sampling developmental checklist Rochester schools and head start screening ASQSE ASQ SE picture naming literacy school readiness DIBELS child development Head Start
|First Steps School Readiness Study||Heather Johnson||7/27/2012 3:24 PM||Heather Johnson|
A study of school readiness for children in Rochester (Minnesota) School and Head Start. The study presents data on the developmental status of preschoolers and improvement over time.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-608|| ||No||0||608||1||3/25/2013 3:04 PM||First Steps School Readiness Study||First Steps School Readiness Study||Richard Chase Jennifer Valorose||First Steps School Readiness Study||1.0||2012|
district council east side prosperity campaign east side area business association festec recrra ramsey county regional railroad authority Saint Paul St. Paul Dayton's Bluff Community Council transit transportation bus light rail corridors of opportunity
|Fostering East Side Transit Equity Conversations - FESTEC||Heather Johnson||1/13/2014 2:06 PM||Heather Johnson|
A project to engage the East Side, St. Paul community in conversations about transit planning. Work included a literature review, surveys, and focus groups.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1282|| ||No||0||1282||1||1/13/2014 2:23 PM||Fostering East Side Transit Equity Conversations - FESTEC||Fostering East Side Transit Equity Conversations - FESTEC||Nicole MartinRogers, Amanda Petersen||Fostering East Side Transit Equity Conversations - FESTEC||1.0||2013|
|Youth and Family||evaluation||Study||August 2017||8/1/2017|
Fostering Futures FF initiative traumatic stress Wisconsin Trauma Project
|Fostering Futures||Heather Johnson||9/12/2017 11:32 AM||Heather Johnson|
Fostering Futures is a statewide initiative in Wisconsin aimed at integrating trauma-informed principles into county-based child welfare agencies and state agencies. The evaluation aimed to capture how teams implemented the initiative and its impact on trauma-informed care systems change.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1952|| ||No||0||1952||2||9/12/2017 11:45 AM||Fostering Futures||Fostering Futures||Monica Idzelis Rothe, Jackie Aman, Sera Kinoglu||Fostering Futures||1.0||2017|
|Mental Health||Evaluation||Study||September 2009||9/1/2009|
Knight Foundation Community Action Partnership Ramsey County Washington County mental health youth children
|Foundations for Success||Heather Johnson||6/28/2012 10:12 AM||Kerry Walsh|
Foundations for Success is a five-year initiative designed to develop and implement a county-wide system for early childhood mental health services in Ramsey County. The initiative promotes culturally competent and family friendly services. Reports summarize the results of mental health assessment results, parent surveys, and service updates.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-458|| ||No||0||458||30||7/23/2012 11:06 AM||Foundations for Success||Foundations for Success||Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Monica Idzelis, Deirdre Hinz, Mao Thao, Amy Leite Bennett, Melanie Ferris||Foundations for Success||1.0||2005 2006 2007 2008 2009|
|Mental Health||evaluation||Study||October 2010||10/1/2010|
autistic applied behavioral analysis ABA
|Fraser Autism Preschool Day Treatment Program||Heather Johnson||4/29/2014 3:37 PM||Heather Johnson|
Fraser is the largest autism services provider in Minnesota. Its most intensive service, Day Treatment, is designed for young children who have the most severe needs. The report brief provides outcome data and a case study for the Day Treatment program.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1324|| ||No||0||1324||1||4/29/2014 3:39 PM||Fraser Autism Preschool Day Treatment Program||Fraser Autism Preschool Day Treatment Program||Monica Idzelis Rothe||Fraser Autism Preschool Day Treatment Program||1.0||2010|
|Education||literature review||Study||March 2014||3/1/2014|
school nutrition obesity healthy students school lunches Cargill
|Fueling Academic Performance - Strategies to Foster Healthy Eating Among Students||Heather Johnson||3/24/2014 1:16 PM||Heather Johnson|
Identifies promising approaches to encourage students to eat healthier foods and increase student participation in school nutrition programs.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1301|| ||No||0||1301||2||3/26/2014 4:05 PM||Fueling Academic Performance - Strategies to Foster Healthy Eating Among Students||Fueling Academic Performance - Strategies to Foster Healthy Eating Among Students||Nick Stuber||Fueling Academic Performance - Strategies to Foster Healthy Eating Among Students||1.0||2014|
school readiness strive academic achievement achievement gap career readiness postsecondary education postsecondary enrollment college readiness literacy
|Generation Next||Heather Johnson||9/16/2013 1:09 PM||Heather Johnson|
Generation Next is an initiative committed to closing the achievement gap among Twin Cities’ low-income students and students of color. It is a partnership of education, community, government, and business organizations dedicated to accelerating educational achievement for all our children – from early childhood to early college and career. Reports provide baseline data for Generation Next goals, strategies for improving student college and career readiness, an analysis of the local landscape of college and career readiness programming, views by local leaders on the strengths and gaps in local college and career readiness efforts, and effective strategies for early literacy intervention.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1172|| ||No||0||1172||3||9/16/2013 1:33 PM||Generation Next|