Mathematica partners with a broad coalition of human services professionals to design and test innovative solutions to pressing challenges and generate useful evidence along the way.
To spur evidence-building innovation that leads to improved public well-being.
The Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation and the Office of Family Assistance, both within the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, have provided significant support for our partnerships in Colorado.
State of Colorado
Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development
Jefferson County Department of Human Services
Routt County Department of Human Services
Prowers County Department of Human Services
Bezos Family Foundation
Early Milestones Colorado
Since 2014, more than nine state, county, and nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Colorado have partnered with Mathematica to improve a broad array of human services programs.
How a County Agency Engaged More Clients in Its Employment Assistance Program
Staff in Adams County, Colorado, used an evidence-based process of learning and experimentation to increase participation in mandated work activities. Listen to Mathematica's Jonathan McCay discuss the project’s impact.
Evidence & Insights From This Project
Learn, Innovate, Improve (LI²): Lessons from Adams County’s Efforts to Increase Engagement in the Colorado Works Program
Adams County (Colorado) Family Transition Services partnered with the Colorado Department of Human Services and Mathematica to design and implement an innovative outreach strategy to improve client engagement in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program.Learn More
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