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Read about highlights from OPRE's second FRAMING Research Technical Workgroup bringing together research and practice experts to discuss the future of responsible fatherhood programming.

This OPRE brief considers the extent to which TANF agencies across the country are using TANF funds to serve and support families experiencing or at-risk of homelessness.

Read about highlights from OPRE's second FRAMING Research Technical Workgroup bringing together research and practice experts to discuss the future of healthy marriage and relationship education programming.

Explore the final results and lessons from the B3 study of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Justice Involved Individuals Seeking Employment, an intervention implemented by three fatherhood programs to help fathers with justice-system involvement find and retain jobs.

This guide is a resource to assist program evaluation project teams—including funders, sponsors, and evaluation research partners—in assessing the feasibility and potential value of examining long-term outcomes using administrative data.

This brief offers recommendations for programs designing and implementing family-strengthening program models that seek to maintain and build healthy relationships between parents who are incarcerated and their children.

Learn about developing a theoretical framework for how The National Domestic Violence Hotline and love is respect can serve the needs of family and friends of victims / survivors of domestic violence who call, text, or chat advocates.

 

Learn about how to assess and measure how well the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) and love is respect serve family and friends of domestic violence survivors / victims, as well as how to develop a theoretical framework using group concept mapping.

Explore OPRE's brief about the criteria the HomVEE review uses to determine which early childhood home visiting models to prioritize for review each year.

Explore the HomVEE review of the evidence of effectiveness for early childhood home visiting models that serve families with pregnant women and children from birth to kindergarten entry.