We use a collaborative approach that engages stakeholders in generating evidence to answer their questions. Our policy and program evaluation is conducted in a way that is supportive of learning, innovation, and improvement. Our research and evaluation projects are policy relevant and focus on improving child, family, and community well-being.
Our projects focus on a variety of topics relevant for children, youth, families, and communities, including mental health; well-being and resiliency; adversity and trauma; FASD; and family violence.
Through our projects, we have partnered with a range of sponsors, including the following: