Spotlight on Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Grants

We anticipate that the Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) will announce new Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) funding.  If you are interested in these projects and need an experienced evaluation partner, we would love to work with you!

What makes us different?

  • In our 30+ year history, we have worked in 43 states and on more than 100 teen pregnancy prevention programs. We are currently working as the evaluator on three SRAE-funded programs.
  • We often work on multi-site studies including some with over 50 sites and hundreds of implementations.
  • We have worked on replications of many evidence-based curricula including All4You2!, Families Talking Together, Get Real, Love Notes, Making Proud Choices, Positive Prevention Plus, SHARP, and SSI.
  • We conducted the first randomized control trials for the Carrera program and the Teen Outreach Program, placing them on evidence-based lists, and have continued to work on replication studies of each.
  • We are experienced in tracking attendance and fidelity data in ways that are easy for facilitators to use so they can spend time focused on the program and not the evaluation.
  • We are well versed in the SRAE reporting requirements and are experienced at tracking and reporting the SRAE-required performance measures in an accurate and timely manner.
  • We evaluate programs with hard-to-reach populations, including youth in rural communities, foster youth, LGBTQ youth, Native American youth, and youth on the US-Mexico border.

On all of our projects, we take a flexible and collaborative team-based approach to providing good service:

  • Free evaluation proposal writing
  • Evaluations include personalized training and close monitoring
  • Utilize local, culturally and linguistically appropriate data collectors when needed

For descriptions of our similar evaluations, please see our online flyer. I’d love to talk to you more about how we can work together on these projects. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Ash Philliber at aphilliber@philliberresearch.com or call 973.900.0739.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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