Impact of Family Development on Family Health and Well-Being: Findings from a three-year study of Colorado's Family Pathways Framework
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AbstractFrom 2019 to 2022, OMNI partnered with the Family Resource Center Association (FRCA) to examine the impact of Family Resource Centers on the health and well-being of families. Three Colorado FRCA-member Family Resource Centers participated in the study. Key findings include increases in family economic security, resiliency, and health over a 9-month period. Additional research is needed to understand how these improvements compare to families not connected to a Family Resource Center.
CitationBayless, S. & Richmond, M.K. (2022). Impact of Family Development on Family Health and Well-Being. Report submitted by OMNI Institute to Family Resource Center Association, Denver, CO.
SponsorsThis research was supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Evidence for Action Program (grant #76275), the Jay and Rose Phillips Foundation of Colorado, and Rose Community Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the Foundations.
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