We are planning a 2-hour project update/mid-point briefing for the benefit of those who are interested in the study to hear about:

  1. an overview of the study itself and participating communities and programs,
  2. baseline characteristics of our sample,
  3. early findings from the NICHD add-on study related to the children (5,475 of them) who are part of the families in the study,
  4. early interesting observations that may have program and/or policy significance (e.g. transitional housing programs typically reject the families- those with the highest barriers to stability- that they purport to serve),
  5. plans for the follow-up survey, and
  6. options for continuing data collection beyond 18 months.

Please download the study summary here.