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CPR has assessed programs to promote self sufficiency among public assistance recipients including strengthening the incentives to work, conducting training programs for various types of work including family child care workers and Home Health Aides, and programs that offer assistance with job readiness training, motivational counseling and job placement. CPR has also conducted assessments of the legal needs of the poor and the effectiveness of using telephone Hotlines to provide brief legal advice and referrals to low-income people.

 

Poverty Issues

Assessment of Legal Aid Hotlines

1999-2002

Domestic Violence and Welfare Reform

1993

Evaluation of the Colorado Personal Responsibility and Employment Program

1994-1996

Evaluation of the Colorado Women's Education and Employment Program

1986-1987

Qualitative Evaluation of the Denver Family Opportunity Program

1987

 

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