Promoting Readiness of Minors is SSI (PROMISE) Evaluation: Interim Services and Impact Report

Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica
Jul 03, 2019
Arif Mamun, Ankita Patnaik, Michael Levere, Gina Livermore, Todd Honeycutt, Jacqueline Kauff, Karen Katz, AnnaMaria McCutcheon, Joseph Mastrianni, and Brittney Gionfriddo

PROMISE programs are designed to improve connections among federal programs at the state and local levels to assist youth with disabilities and their families with accessing resources that can improve their educational and employment outcomes. This report presents the estimated impacts of the six PROMISE programs on outcomes related to service receipt, education, employment, expectations, health insurance coverage, income, and youth self-determination, and on participation in SSA and other public assistance programs for youth and their families. The impacts on the primary outcomes were measured at 18 months after youth enrolled in the PROMISE evaluation.


Evaluation of the Promoting the Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Income PROMISE Grants


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AnnaMaria McCutcheon
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Ankita Patnaik
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Michael Levere
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Arif Mamun
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Gina Livermore
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Jacqueline Kauff
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Todd Honeycutt
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