For over two decades, the Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships has served as a trusted partner for community-based organizations seeking assistance with the following services:

  • Program evaluation
  • Community assessments
  • Consultation
  • Family and relationship education programs
  • Research
  • Technical assistance
  • Training

We specialize in working collaboratively with our partners to identify the most useful strategies to enhance their understanding of the populations they serve and the services they provide. 

The Center is staffed by researchers with expertise and experience in managing and analyzing large databases, collaborating with local and statewide stakeholders, and providing training and technical assistance on a variety of evidence-based practices. Areas of content expertise include early childhood development and education, juvenile justice, mental health, substance abuse, family service agencies, social services, interpersonal violence (including domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and child maltreatment).

To learn more about our services and inquire about how to partner with the Center on any of the services listed above, please email the Center Director, Christine Murray, or send us a message via our Contact Us page.