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CPPR directors write blog series on the researcher-policymaker relationship

Executive Director Jackie Counts and Assistant Director Jessica Sprague-Jones recently published a blog series with Emerald Group Publishing on the strategies res

How community-based organizations helped create a referral process to better serve communities

Supporting Community Vision 

Kansas Family First Prevention’s three-year evaluation shows prevention services and supports protect family integrity

Since it was signed into law in 2018, the Family First Prevention Services Act created new opportunities for suppor

South by East Podcast "Generations" Q&A

This spring, the Center for Public Partnerships and Research supported Fellowship Hi-Crest’s South by East podcast and its season 2 production.

CPPR celebrates 10 years of service

Since 2013, the Center for Public Partnerships and Research has worked with state agencies, non-profits, community coalitions, and service providers to build a world where families and children can thrive.

Tech-Enabled Community Resilience

CPPR Associate Director Teri Garstka presented at the 2023 Good Tech Fest with Meaghan Kennedy of Orange Sparkle Ball.

The National Association of Social Workers features KU’s Family Strong

In the December 2022-January 2023 issue of

The Paradox of Child Care Costs: A Case for Multiple Payers

The high cost and demand of child care and the financial struggles of child care providers may first appear as a paradox: How do child care providers struggle when families are paying so much and demand is so high?

Multiple Futures and the Role of Public-Private Partnerships

Exploring the Child Care Crisis: Multiple Futures and the Role of Public-Private Partnerships explores the variable social dynamics and business models of our present and ongoing child care crisis through specific

Capturing an Experience

US Children's Bureau Webinar on Our Tomorrows and Sensemaker The CPPR Our Tomorrows team is partnering with organizations around the country to transform the lives of families. What sets this work apart? The ability to capture a whole experience and tap into a family's real-time needs.

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