Latest Publications

How Do Survivors Define Success? A New Project to Address an Overlooked Question.

October, 2014

How do survivors of domestic violence define success for themselves? Do others in the domestic violence field--practitioners, policymakers and funders--define success for survivors in the same way? In this report by Full Frame Initiative, these two fundamental questions are answered, revealing a significant disconnect between survivors' and stakeholders' undertandings of survivor success. 

Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence Service Providers

Increased Service Use Following Medicaid Expansion Is Mostly Temporary: Evidence from California’s Low Income Health Program

October, 2014

This policy brief from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research addresses concerns about increasing costs to state budgets as a result of Medicaid expansion, presenting data that show the recent increases in hospital and emergency-room usage are temporary and unlikely to have the catastrophic impact some predicted for state budgets.

Access to Care, health care, Health Reform, Policy

Opportunities for Whole-Person Care in California

September, 2014

Building upon an earlier report commissioned by the Foundation and led by John Snow, Inc., this white paper identifies policy recommendations and next steps for advancing whole-person care for California’s vulnerable populations

Behavioral Health, Community Health Centers, health care, Policy

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