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A Season of Crisis
Chapin Hall issues statement on race, health, justice and our collective commitment to transforming systems.
New tools released by Chapin Hall help health care providers address social needs
These Practice Bulletins provide thoroughly sourced practice recommendations for health care providers to have empathetic conversations with families to assess...
System Changes Could Improve Relationships between Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children
This brief shares comments from incarcerated mothers interviewed by researchers and researchers' findings about programs for incarcerated mothers.
Use of Infant Crying Screening Tool Improves Family Support
In this pilot study, we analyzed the utility of the Infant Crying and Parent Well-being screening tool in a pediatric clinical setting.
Two-Generation Pilot Program Improves Young Parents’ Education, Employment, Personal Growth, and Parenting
CYPP was designed to improve parenting, personal growth, and family self-sufficiency by supporting education and employment. Chapin Hall conducted three studies...
Early Learning Coalition and Parenting Program Provide Crucial Supports to Promote Healthy Child Development on Chicago’s Far Southside
This report details Chapin Hall's evaluation of the Altgeld-Riverdale Early Learning Initiative and its two main components.