Current Grants

NRC Staff

Staff of the National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice

Aislinn Conrad-Hiebner

Qualitative interviews for a project entitled, “Exploring Social Networks and Resources of Families at risk for Adverse Childhood Experiences.”

 

National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice

Many School of Social Work grants are managed through the National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice (NRC).  The NRC is a research and training organization associated with the School of Social Work which provides training and technical assistance, research and evaluation, and information dissemination in the areas of child welfare, family support, and public health.  The director of the NRC is social work professor Miriam Landsman, PhD, and the NRC also employs adjunct faculty including Lisa D’Aunno, JD, Kellee McCrory, MSW, MPH, and Brad Richardson, PhD as well as faculty associates including Carolyn Hartley, PhD.  The NRC regularly receives new grants and projects.  For more information about current grants, visit clas.uiowa.edu/nrcfcp or contact Director Miriam Landsman at miriam-landsman@uiowa.edu.

  1. 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) grants (3); Siouxland Human Investment Partnership/Iowa Department of Education Federal Pass-through from U.S. Dept. of Education, 2014-2016; 2015-2017; 2016-2018.

  2. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Iowa Department of Public Health with Iowa Department on Aging, 2015-2017.

  3. Evaluation of Supportive Housing-Child Welfare demonstration, year 4 – funded by U.S.DHHS, ACF, Children’s Bureau (FY 2015-2016).

  4. Partnership Cooperative Agreement Evaluation, continuation contract – Iowa Department of Public Health (SFY 2015-2016)

  5. Colorectal Cancer Evaluation, continuation contract – Iowa Department of Public Health (SFY 2015-2016).

  6. Iowa Peer Support and Family Peer Support Training Project, contract, year 1 – Iowa Department of Human Services (FY 2015-16)

  7. Lutheran Services of Iowa (family support supervisor professional development), continuation contract, year 4, funded by Iowa Department of Public Health (FY 2015-16)