Research

Chapin Hall is at the forefront of research that shapes policy and practice. Our rigorous data analysis provides decision makers with evidence to shape the best policies and practices for children and families.

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Research Collection
Supporting Transition-Age Youth through the Federal Chafee Program
This research collection features evaluations of programs funded by the Chafee Foster Care Program for Successful Transition to Adulthood....
November 4, 2021
Report
Designing Education Programs to Meet the Needs of Young Adults in Care
The Administration for Children and Families contracted with the Urban Institute and Chapin Hall to plan for the next generation of evaluation activities...
2014
Report
Despite Decline in Interactions, Higher Quality Connections for Doris Duke Fellows in 2019-20
This report presents findings from the most recent survey of Doris Duke Fellows, capturing connections made between July 2019 and June...
2021
Report
Majority of CalYOUTH Participants Enrolled in College, with 10% Attaining Degree by Age 23
This memo provides an early look at factors that promote or stymie college degree completion by around age 23 of youths transitioning to adulthood from the...
2021
Report
Caregivers and Child Welfare Case Workers Find Benefits from Pregnancy Prevention and Sexual Health Promotion Training
Chapin Hall conducted a formative evaluation of a training on pregnancy prevention and sexual health promotion for foster parents, other caregivers, and...
2014
Report
Expanding Data Use and Evidence in the TANF Program: Identifying Strengths and Areas for Growth Across the U.S.
This brief summarizes the national landscape of how TANF agencies use data and identifies areas of success and opportunities for...
2021