We’ve partnered with many academic and nonprofit organizations to further their research and extend the reach, engagement, and impact of their evidence-based programs. We’re serving more than 500,000 researchers, providers, and program participants with our websites and technology solutions. Read about the ways we’re working with your colleagues below.
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The Boys & Girls Clubs of America selected 3C’s Quest platform to deliver their annual National Youth Outcomes Initiative Member Survey to over 200,000 youth to measure BGCA’s impact on youth outcomes.
An innovative and engaging web- and mobile-based interactive storybook for K-2nd grade students, allowing educators to provide scaffolded and individualized student support in five critical emotional literacy skills without losing core instructional time.
Dr. Erin Henshaw and her team at Denison University chose 3C Institute to build a new interactive assessment and text messaging system for the Happy, Healthy, Loved parent education and support program to improve mothers’ breastfeeding rates and reduce negative emotions postpartum.
The Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, partnered with 3C to develop the Help Wanted online course to support youth who are sexually attracted to children and want to live a safe, healthy, non-offending life.
With funding from the Small Business Innovation Research program at the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences, the Ivymount School and 3C Institute partnered to develop the Ivymount Social Cognition Instructional Package, or the IvySCIP, a social cognitive approach to intervention.
With funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), RAND partnered with 3C Institute to develop Life Improvement for Teens (LIFT), an online intervention to build stress-management skills for adolescents who have experienced trauma.
With funding from SAMHSA, Dr. Christine Peat and her team from UNC Chapel Hill will partner with 3C develop the National Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders to advance education and training of healthcare providers and to promote public awareness of eating disorders and treatment.