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Using research to change how people think, feel and act

We invite you to explore some of our solutions-focused research – from original, break-through studies to evaluations of promising programs pioneered by Impact Justice and allied organizations. Grounded in the ethics and practices of participatory research that  honors different ways of knowing, these diverse studies show how we’re  generating the data and other information people need to drive change.

Click to view project page for Housing to Healing: A five-year evaluation of a new reentry housing model that puts mental health first
Click to view project page for Men and Trauma Project: Changing the narrative about men who commit violent crimes to promote trauma-informed shifts in practice.
Click to view project page for Putting Youth First: Guiding "Realignment" in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties
Click to view project page for Investing in Communities: Evaluating the impact of a capacity building fund for community-based organizations in Alameda County
Click to view project page for More Than Just a Messenger: Evaluating Impact Justice's pioneering AmeriCorps program: California Justice Leaders.
Click to view project page for The Science and Art of Research: Evaluating a community-base program in Memphis that uses art as a pathway to healing.
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