Center For Research on Hispanic Children & Families, 2013-2018
The Center for Research on Hispanic Children and Families will conduct research, as well as translate and provide research-based information across three priority areas—poverty reduction and self-sufficiency, healthy marriage and responsible fatherhood, and early care and education—to inform ACF programs and policies supporting Hispanic families and children. The Center will have three primary goals: 1) advance a cutting-edge research agenda; 2) build research capacity; and 3) implement an innovative communication and dissemination approach. Lina Guzman at Child Trends and Michael Lopez at Abt Associates will lead the Center, working in collaboration with researchers throughout the country. For more information about the research activities and resources of the National Center for Research on Hispanic Children and Families, see http://www.childtrends.org/our-research/latino-children-and-families/the-national-research-center-on-hispanic-children-and-families.
The point of contact is Ann Rivera.