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We would like to thank our project officer, Helen Lamont, PhD, of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, for her guidance, support, and encouragement over the past four years, as well as Stephanie Whittier Eliason and Aiesha Gurley of the Administration for Community Living/Administration on Aging for their helpful assi
Carol Hafford, PhD and Kim Nguyen, PhD NORC at the University of Chicago Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (116 PDF pages) ABSTRACT
In 2012, AoA awarded 5 cooperative agreements to test elder abuse prevention interventions to: Alaska Division of Senior and Disabilities Services (AK DSDS); New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA); University of Southern California-Irvine, Program in Geriatrics (USC); University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHSC); and, Texas D
This brief presents findings on family life during and after a father’s incarceration based on qualitative interviews conducted as part of the Multi-site Family Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering (MFS-IP). Qualitative and mixed-method analysis of pre- and post-release interview data from 170 participants found that reentering men a
Understanding what supports strong relationship quality among formerly incarcerated men and their partners could have an impact on individual, interpersonal, and community safety and wellbeing. The information in this research brief is drawn from a couples-based longitudinal study of families affected by incarceration, focusing on 641 couples wher