The Jordan Institute has long focused on helping to translate research knowledge into public policies and practice technologies that support and strengthen families. Ensuring that research is reflected in policy recommendations, in professional practice and in the interaction of families with human service systems in their communities is central.
Since 1997, researchers with the Creating Indicators Project have been tracking the experiences of all North Carolina families who receive services from county departments of social services.Learn More about Indicators for Success
The North Carolina Landscape Study of Early Home Visiting Programs, will provide the first in-depth analysis of the field of maternal and child health home visiting in its current form in North Carolina. The study is currently collecting data.Learn More about Early Home Visiting Assessment