Projects

Fatherhood, Relationships, and Marriage – Illuminating the Next Generation of Research (FRAMING Research)

2018-2023

Project Overview

Objective

The FRAMING Research project is a five-year effort designed to take stock of existing and ongoing research on healthy marriage and responsible fatherhood (HMRF) programs and related fields, pinpoint key learning gaps, and identify top priorities for addressing those gaps.

Project Motivation

The project team will take stock of existing and ongoing research on healthy marriage and responsible fatherhood (HMRF) programs and related fields, pinpoint key learning gaps, and identify top priorities for addressing those gaps. The Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) and the Office of Family Assistance (OFA), both within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), have partnered with Mathematica and its subcontractor Public Strategies to conduct the study.

FUNDED BY

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families

FRAMING

The FRAMING Research project team will collect and synthesize information through literature reviews, stakeholder meetings, expert consultations, and technical work groups. The team will collect the information iteratively, regularly updating the literature review and consulting with experts and stakeholders (including federal officials and practitioners) at various points throughout the project. In addition, the project team will draft a series of briefs and white papers to explore key topics related to HMRF programming that emerge during the course of the project.

Related Staff

Daniel Friend

Daniel Friend

Senior Researcher

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Julia Alamillo

Julia Alamillo

Researcher

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Sarah  Avellar

Sarah Avellar

Senior Researcher

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Robert Wood

Robert Wood

Senior Fellow; Director of Youth and Family Research

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