HSRPPR

Project Description

Project Staff

Work Group Directory

Norma Batista González
Program Director
Puerto Rico Family Institute, Inc

Olga Bernardy Aponte
Administrator
Administración para el Cuidado y Desarrollo
Integral de la Niñez

Alejandra Alvarez, ESQ
Director
Head Staft Statewide Collaboration Office

Carmen Collazo
Education & Behavioral Sciences
Dean
Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Nelson Cólon
Executive President
Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

Hector Cordero-Guzmán
Co-Principal Investigator
Human Services Research Partnership Puerto Rico, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Marta Elsa Fernández
Administrator
Administración para el Desarrollo Socioeconómico de la Familia

Frank Fuentes
Senior Advisor to the Dean
UT Austin School of Social Work

José Luis Castro
Director - Sembrando Futuro
Fondos Unidos de Puerto Rico

María de Lourdes Lara
Executive DIrector
Agenda Ciudadana

Elizabeth Miranda
School of Social Work
Director
Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Carmen Nazario
Principal Investigator
Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Ruth Reyes
President
Fundación Ruth Reyes
Puerto Rico Service Alliance

Rosalie Rosa
Research Director
Human Services Research Partnership
Puerto Rico
Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Alejandrina Santiago
Administrative Director
Human Services Research Partnership
Puerto Rico
Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Carmen Villarini
Director
Fundación para el Desarrollo del Hogar Propio

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The main purpose of Human Services Research Partnership Puerto Rico (HSRPPR) is to promote effective research and the development of a culture and practice of evidence-based policy making on low-income families and children in Puerto Rico. Under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration of Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) and the leadership of the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico Metropolitan Campus (IAUPR-MC) the project brings together key stakeholders from academia, government agencies, non-profit organizations and providers, philanthropic institutions and the private sector to develop a multi-stakeholder partnership to advance research, focusing on low-income families and children. The project will result in a needs assessment and identification of successful approaches and best practices to improve self-sufficiency among poor families and children in Puerto Rico.


I.Demographic Study / Statistics
II.Literature Reviews / Annotated Bibliographies
III.Research Papers

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