As you may know, here at REACH we combine scientific research approaches with the desires and understandings of our community partners to improve community health. Usually, the communities we work with are specific and/or geographically dispersed. For example, last year we completed a study of
Just under six months have passed since we received funding for the Injection Risk Networks project in rural Puerto Rico. Since then, the project team has been working tirelessly to get everything ready for the first data collection phase, which will begin in February 2015. The
The Community Mental Health Journal has just accepted a paper on the experience of homeless women with children, titled "Characteristics of Mothers Caring for Children during Episodes of Homelessness" by Melissa Welch-Lazoritz, Les Whitbeck, and Brian Armenta.
This study provides a description of the physical, psychological,