Chapin Hall uses evidence to help child welfare jurisdictions improve the health and well-being of the young people they serve. Our research is also shaping public policy to advance the use of evidence-based approaches in child welfare.
Community-based programs are one important source of support for children and families. Chapin Hall's work in this field spans early education, before- and after-school programs, and intervention programs for the young people who need it most.
Chapin Hall conducts research to inform the fight to end youth homelessness. We partner with local leaders, service providers, funders, and young people in this critical work.