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Participating Organizations and Their Stories

Twenty nonprofit organizations from across the country are participating in the Health Outcomes Demonstration Project, a national initiative helping the groups to measure the health outcomes of one of their programs. Read about the range of programs being evaluated and what these organizations hope to learn and use from the findings.

two girls playing with blocks
Avenue Community Development Corporation, Houston, TX
Resident supportive services

Avenue CDC is evaluating resident supportive service programs at two of their multifamily housing locations which include after-school programs, resource fairs and financial coaching.
CAMBA/CAMBA Housing Ventures, Inc Woman with turkey
CAMBA/CAMBA Housing Ventures, Inc., Brooklyn, NY
Supportive housing 
 
CAMBA is focusing its efforts on CAMBA Gardens Phase I, an affordable and supportive housing development located on the campus of the Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY.
 

Chhaya Community Development Corporation group

Chhaya Community Development Corporation, Queens, NY
Financial asset building 
 
Chhaya CDC aims to work with New Yorkers of South Asian origin to advocate for change, be economically stable, and create sustainable housing and thriving communities. 
 
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Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc., Phoenix, AZ
Senior health and social services

The Health Outcomes Demonstration Project is giving CPLC the capacity to test how stable housing, diet and exercise and nutrition impact health outcomes.
 
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Claretian Associates, Chicago, IL
Affordable rental housing for formerly homeless

Claretian Associates hopes to evaluate the effectiveness of its affordable housing and supportive services in the South Chicago neighborhood.
 

eye exam
Community Housing Partners Corporation, Christiansburg, VA
Resident services for seniors and special needs

CHP’s Resident Services division is measuring the effectiveness of services delivered to residents living in senior and disabled properties.
 
 
 
 
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Community Housing Partnership, San Francisco, CA 
Supportive housing

CHP hopes to deepen its understanding about the impact on residents when clinical behavioral services are integrated into the supportive housing model.
child pointing at garden
Cornerstone Community Housing, Eugene, OR 
Affordable housing plus services

Cornerstone is evaluating two programs:  Extra Helping, the free fresh produce distribution that addresses food insecurity, and its coaching programs that engage clients in setting and working toward wellness-based and parenting goals.
 
Groundbreaking ceremony
EAH Housing, Inc., Marin County, CA
Resident services in affordable housing

Evidence-based outcome evaluations will help EAH understand the direct impact of services intended to help older adult residents realize positive health outcomes and live independently longer.
 

woman advising client

Housing Partnership, Inc., Riviera Beach, FL
Service coordination process

Community Partners is home to Housing Partnership, Inc. and Parent Child Center, Inc. who, together, offer a comprehensive array of housing, community, and child and family mental health services.
 
Two girls with a sign
Little Tokyo Service Center, Community Development Corporation, Los Angeles, CA
Youth services program

LTSC is evaluating its nearly 20-year-old Resident Services Youth Program which has served nearly 1,000 participants.


 
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Madison Park Development Corporation, Roxbury, MA
Healthy eating

MPDC hopes to learn more about successful ways to connect to the community about the benefits of healthy eating.
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NeighborWorks Alaska, Anchorage, AK
Financial capability and homeownership counseling 
 
NeighborWorks Alaska is evaluating the outcomes for those participating in their Homeownership Center’s Financial Capability program.
family on corner

NeighborWorks Rochester, Rochester, NY
Neighborhood revitalization/community engagement
 
NeighborWorks Rochester provides education and resources to first-time homebuyers and to homeowners in need of home repairs and energy-efficiency services.
house renovation
NeighborWorks of Western Vermont, West Rutland, VT
Housing rehabilitation/weatherization

The organization is evaluating whether improvements to the physical conditions of a home result in improved health outcomes for patients whose conditions are triggered or caused by environmental rather than genetic issues.
 

woman helping senior citizen

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc., Queens, NY
Senior services

Selfhelp, with 27 sites through New York, hopes to demonstrate how its Selfhelp Active Services for the Aging Model had a positive impact on emergency room usage and avoidable hospitalizations.
people at table selling honey
 
Services for the UnderServed, Inc., Brooklyn, NY
Urban farm/supportive housing

SUS is evaluating the Urban Farms initiative at their behavioral health supportive housing programs in central Brooklyn which serve formerly homeless single adults with severe mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders.
woman on porch of new home
Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners, Spokane, WA
Healthy housing, smoke-free initiative, resident services

SNAP will be evaluating the health impacts of their transition to a no smoking indoors policy for residents.
Mother and daughter
The Neighborhood Developers, Inc., Chelsea, MA
Violence reduction program

TND hopes to get a better understanding of how safe and connected residents feel and how that might change over time with improvements to the infrastructure and community organizing efforts.


 
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West Angeles Community Development Corporation, Los Angeles, CA
Senior resident services

The organization is evaluating the health, nutrition and fitness-related programing offered to the residents of West Angeles Villas, their senior apartment community.