PRCH is convinced of the invaluable role of experience. Our research and evaluation work is rooted in our community work and connections. We are committed to continuing to learn as we go, primarily from the communities with which we partner. We enjoy working collaboratively alongside people, families and organizations, across the boundaries that academic disciplines and diagnostic labels can at times create.
Program Evaluation including capacity and needs assessment; program design and evaluation; assistance with linking program activities to outcomes; using data to sustain program operations; and strategies for building organizational capacity for self-assessment. For more information, please contact Maria O'Connell.
Citizenship Measure Development Project
Citizens—Community Enhancement Project
CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Partnership
CT Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant
Connecticut Health Foundation Multicultural Health Initiative Evaluation
The Parachute Factory
Peer Mentor Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness Study
Peer Engagement Specialists
Person-Centered Planning Research ProjectsRead more about our research projects in the area of person-centered planning.
Consultation to the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services
Recovery Finance ProjectThe Recovery Finance Project will address the financial well-being of justice involved people with mental health challenges. We will work with community partners across the New Haven region, including the City of New Haven Financial Empowerment Center, to implement an intervention targeting community level determinants of financial well-being for this population.
SAMHSA Recovery To Practice Initiative
Yale ROSE Study
Sawubona Healing Circle
Yale Collaborative for Motive Control Studies