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Study of Chicago Scholars Program Will Measure Impact and Outline Cost to Replicate
Chapin Hall is conducting a five-year randomized controlled study of Chicago Scholars, the largest college access and success program in Chicago.
Families Experiencing Adversity Prior to COVID-19 Pandemic Better Able to Cope with Stressors
Study examines how families that had different experiences of risk and resilience have endured the pandemic.
Mitigating Toxic Stress: How can systems work together to prevent its effects?
Toxic stress can threaten children's long-term well-being, with significant costs to our nation’s health and communities. Pediatric primary care clinics are...
Broader Array of Programs and Services Needed for Tribal Communities and Communities of Color
In this brief, Chapin Hall policy staff offer an overview of 10 culturally specific and two culturally responsive programs and services designed by tribal...
Pilot Study of Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation in Illinois Finds Benefits
This report describes the results of a 15-month pilot study of the Illinois Model of IECMHC with 4 public health departments in the state of Illinois
Illinois Model of Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Improves Staff Reflective Capacity, Classroom Climate
We conducted a 3-year pilot study of the Illinois Model of IECMHC with 23 early childhood programs, including child care, pre-K, and home visiting.