Jessica Pearson and colleagues publish fatherhood and co-parenting research study in Family Process. For more information click here.
CPR Director, Jessica Pearson, and CPR economist, Jane Venohr, participated in “Building the Next Generation of Child Support Policy Research” roundtable held in Washington, D.C. October 17-18, 2017. the U.S.... read more →
In September 2017, Dr. Venohr addressed the current system of child support guidelines, the different models employed by the states, determinations for guidelines adjustments, and new federal rules. To see... read more →
In April 2016, Center for Policy Research, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, and the HHS Assistant to the Secretary of Planning and Evaluation hosted a roundtable, Building Evidence for... read more →
Wrapping Up the Self-Sufficiency Matrix (SSM) Evaluation Last year, CPR began working with the Colorado Domestic Violence Program (DVP) to evaluate the use of a self-sufficiency matrix in DVP-funded domestic... read more →
COVA Presentation: Assessing Needs & Measuring Outcomes for Domestic Violence Survivors Echo Rivera (Research Associate, CPR) will be co-presenting with Brooke Ely-Milen (Director, Colorado Domestic Violence Program) at the upcoming... read more →
Echo Rivera (Research Associate, CPR) presented at the 2016 American Psychological Association convention in Denver, CO. Her presentation was titled It's More Than Pretty Pictures: How to Use Graphic and Information... read more →