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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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.
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.
An online deployment system for developmentally appropriate assessments for children (ages 6-12 years) featuring accessibility tools to address learning challenges and maximize children’s engagement and motivation.
S.S.GRIN is an evidence-based, targeted RtI Tier 2 small-group intervention that addresses bullying, victimization, and social-emotional competence. The program covers communication, cooperation, impulse control, perspective taking, conflict management, empathy, and more.
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An evidence-based, online social visualization and data collection program for upper elementary students with ASD to improve their social skills by generating illustrated narratives around challenging social scenarios.
With funding from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), 3C Institute partnered with David Kupfer, MD, and negotiation expert Andrea Schneider, JD, to develop Strategy Shaper, a personalized, interactive online course that gives researchers the critical negotiation skills they need to have a successful career.
The Center for School Mental Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine has partnered with 3C Institute to develop a web-based portal that helps schools and districts assess and improve their comprehensive school mental health systems.
With funding from the Texas Department of State Health Services’ Mental Health and Substance Abuse Division, Via Hope partnered with 3C Institute to develop the training website viahopeonlinelearning.org.