ASR has leveraged the power of profile data to build an interactive and dynamic dashboard that considers how our local renters are faring relative to their home-owning peers and county residents overall
Part one of a two-part blog series on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). This part provides a brief overview of ACEs and correlated health impacts, as well as how California’s children are faring.
Links to the “12 Days of Data” series that ASR highlighted through an email campaign that ran from December 25th through January 5th.
ASR is happy to share our Q&A with our partners at First 5 Alameda County (First 5). First 5 Alameda County addressed questions covering topics such as their mission, the changing landscape in Alameda County, and the role of research in informing the organization's actions.
ASR is pleased to introduce our new look featuring not only a new logo but an entire visual identity system as well!
ASR is the evaluator of the Thrive by Three (TBT) Fund, an initiative launched by the County of Santa Cruz in 2017 to improve outcomes for the county’s youngest and most vulnerable children, prenatal through age 3, as well as their families.