Promoting Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Income (PROMISE): Technical Appendix to the Five-Year Evaluation Report
Evaluation of the Promoting the Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Income PROMISE Grants
Social Security Administration
Promoting Readiness of Minors in Social Security Income (PROMISE) was a joint initiative to promote positive change in the lives of youth who received SSI and their families. The programs intended to (1) offer educational, vocational, and other services to youth; and (2) make better use of existing resources by improving service coordination between state and local agencies.
This is the technical appendix to the report that presents the estimated five-year impacts of the six PROMISE programs on outcomes related to education, employment, self-determination, expectations about the youth’s future, health insurance coverage and expenditures, income, and participation in SSA and other public assistance programs, as well as their net benefits. This appendix provides additional detail about the data and methods used for the five-year impact and benefit-cost analysis.
Find the full report here.
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