The Leah Zallman Center is partnering with No Kid Hungry to evaluate grants aimed at addressing food insecurity in immigrant communities and thawing the chilling effects of the public charge ruling.
ICH conducted an evaluation of the Massachusetts Pregnant and Parenting Teen Initiative, which provides parent-centered case management with the goal of increasing life opportunities and enhancing family stability among young families.
ICH is partnering with LUK, Inc. and the North Central Community Action Team to assess community needs and evaluate youth substance use prevention activities in central Massachusetts.
ICH is providing training and technical support to the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition during Year 1 of their MassCall3 youth substance misuse prevention grant issued by MDPH’s Bureau of Substance Addiction Services.
ICH is providing assessment and evaluation planning support to Bay State Community Services and their coalition of public health agencies on the south shore during Year 1 of their MassCall3 youth substance misuse prevention grant issued by MDPH’s Bureau of Substance Addiction Services.
ICH evaluated READYGO, a professional development program for early childhood educators that aims to build capacity to provide trauma-informed education and care to preschool students.