Projects

Youth Demonstration Development Project

2009-2013
Prepared For

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

This project involved developing program frameworks to help promote self-sufficiency and improve the lives of at-risk youth and inform decisions about possible future program approaches, demonstrations, and evaluations.

Many at-risk youth transition to adulthood without strong financial, social, and other life skills. With support, however, these young people may have a greater chance of succeeding as adults. Mathematica conducted a three-year project to develop a comprehensive conceptual framework for the design, implementation, and evaluation of programs to promote the self-sufficiency and improve the lives of this vulnerable population. The project aimed to inform policy decisions about possible future program approaches, demonstrations, and evaluations.

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