Success for Every Young Person
Every young person can succeed and research shows how we can make that possible in every neighborhood.
We are a team of prevention scientists funded by the National Institutes of Health to develop scientific infrastructure and support for the Promise Neighborhoods initiative, as well as other initiatives to promote health and wellbeing within distressed neighborhoods. We are not affliliated with the Department of Education and the recently released Promise Neighborhoods RFP, but offer this website as a resource to those who are applying for planning grants.
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- Read our new blog! Read about all the exciting science and work we are doing in communities across America.
Evidence-Based Programs, Policies, and Practices to Help Achieve the Promise Neighborhood Initiative Core Results
- Anthony Biglan, Ph.D.
Research Design Issues for Evaluating Complex Multicomponent Interventions in Neighborhoods and Communities
- Brian R. Flay, Anthony Biglan, Kelli A. Komro, Alexander C. Wagenaar, and the Research Team of the Promise Neighborhoods Research Consortium
The Evaluation and Research Infrastructure for Comprehensive Prevention
Aug. 9, 2010 - Anthony Biglan, Brian R. Flay, Kelli A. Komro, Dennis D. Embry, William A. Aldridge, II, Ronald J. Prinz, and the Promise Neighborhoods Research Consortium