Wilder Research’s work provides context and informs action that improve lives and communities.Below are highlights from the many ways Wilder Research staff are sharing their knowledge and skills to make an impact.
A logic model is a useful tool to present your organization’s or program’s activities and expected outcomes. Learn tips for creating your own. Read the article »
Law Enforcement Response to Mental Health Needs: How Do We Measure Improvement?
How do we know collaborations between law enforcement and social services are successful in serving individuals with mental health and substance use needs? Wilder and East Metro Crisis Alliance teamed up to create an evaluation framework for similar initiatives to assess their effectiveness. Read the article »
Guests highlight how trauma-informed, culturally specific, and community-based programs help African American youth and families in the juvenile justice system navigate and cope with trauma and enhance public safety.
Wilder Research operates as an independent research unit of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit research and evaluation groups, we work with nonprofits, foundations, and government entities to inform decisions and improve lives.