Family-Centered Community Change

We partnered with community development initiatives in Buffalo, New York, Columbus, Ohio, and San Antonio, Texas, to improve the quality of schools for kids and build job and parenting skills for the adults in their lives.


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Developing Two-Generation Approaches in Communities

This report is the product of a seven-year formative evaluation of the Casey Foundation’s Family-Centered Community Change (FCCC) initiative. The Urban Institute followed the initiative in Buffalo, New York; Columbus, Ohio; and San Antonio, Texas — from 2013 through the end of grant-funded programming in 2019.

Published July 14, 2021

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Evaluation Lessons From Family-Centered Community Change

Can working with public systems to integrate services and serve parents and children at the same time spark broader community change? In a new webinar, the Annie E. Casey Foundation revisits its Family-Centered Community Change effort to explore this very question.

Published May 3, 2021

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Panelists Share Insights in Evaluating Two-Generation Approaches

The Annie E. Casey Foundation's latest webinar recording shares insights, lessons and themes from a pair of two-generation program evaluations. The discussion centers on how to serve whole families while also prioritizing racial equity and the voices of those being served.

Published February 9, 2021

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External Forces Affect Efforts to Serve Parents and Children Together

Two evaluation reports document how communities participating in the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Family-Centered Community Change™ initiative have grappled with broad trends in housing, education and transportation as they pursue new approaches to strengthening families.

Published February 6, 2020

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