Mathematica is using a mixed-methods design approach to evaluate the Independence at Home Demonstration. The demonstration’s goal is to improve the provision of comprehensive, coordinated, continuous, and accessible care to chronically ill, disabled beneficiaries.
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People who have been incarcerated face daunting challenges in re-entering society and in rebuilding their lives. Many lack education, work experience, family support, and housing. In addition, substance abuse and mental health problems are common. Without adequate supports, recidivism is likely.
We study programs and services to improve education and employment outcomes, strengthen family relationships, and provide health and financial supports for peopleinvolved with the justice system. Our researchers are evaluating initiatives for multiple populations, including youth offenders, adults in jails and prisons, and former offenders. Our work provides insight into the effectiveness of interventions at many points of contact with the juvenile and criminal justice systems, including violence prevention programs, bail programs, and juvenile justice reform efforts in cities and counties across the country.
Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration
Understanding the Risks of Tackling in Youth Football
Using innovative mouth guard sensor technology, Mathematica is conducting a rigorous evaluation over 27 months to measure head impacts in more than 40 youth football teams.
Peter Schochet is a nationally known methodological expert in experimental and nonexperimental evaluations of interventions in education, employment, and welfare.Featured ProjectsFeatured Publications
- Understanding Variation in Treatment Effects in Education Impact Evaluations: An Overview of Quantitative Methods
- What Are Error Rates for Classifying Teacher and School Performance Using Value-Added Models?
- Family Support
- Strengthening and Disseminating Research
- Training and Reemployment
- Unemployment Insurance
- Youth Employment
with at least one activity of daily living.