April 24, 2014
Program Results Report
Project ECHO uses videoconferencing to link specialists with isolated primary care clinicians to jointly manage complex illnesses and promote best practices. Clinics address hepatitis C, HIV, chronic pain, endocrinology, mental illness, and more.
April 1, 2014
This report summarizes the evaluation of eight diverse intimate partner violence prevention programs for immigrant and refugee populations in the United States funded through RWJF's Strengthening What Works national program.
September 27, 2013
RWJF recently co-sponsored a special section of USA Today focused on violence and ways to help break the cycle.
August 22, 2012
Human Capital Blog
RWJF and The Alliance for Health Reform sponsored a briefing to discuss oral health care in the United States, particularly for children and other vulnerable populations.
One of 10 Forward Promise Innovation Grantees, Alternatives is a unique collaborative aimed at scaling up school discipline approaches that address behavioral problems while keeping students engaged in school.
RWJF invests in programs and approaches that focus on changing behavioral norms and community conditions to help stop the spread of violence before it starts.
Forward Promise is a new $9.5 million initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation focused on promoting opportunities for the health and success of middle school- and high school-aged boys and young men of color.
One of 10 Forward Promise Innovation Grantees, the Clayton County Juvenile Court partners with local schools and law enforcement to identify alternative discipline measures for young people who may otherwise be sent to juvenile court. Learn more.
RWJF is part of a growing network of leaders working to increase awareness and understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the need to develop effective innovative interventions.
One of 10 Forward Promise Innovation Grantees, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol gives youth in Harlem ages 8-22 the support, guidance and love they need to succeed in school and in life.