Topic Areas

Briefing statements, fact sheets, pamphlets, and other materials related to important policy issues.


The Prevention Project aims to facilitate governmental adoption of a “Prevention Model” for reducing costs and budget deficits while benefiting society.

On September 10, 2013, the Prevention Project hosted a congressional briefing. The briefing consisted of two panels: Health and Education, and Violence and Security. Watch the video of the briefing below, and read more about it here.

Children and Adolescents

Financing Evidence-Based Programs for Youth and Families

Mentoring for At-Risk Youth


Recommendation for Employment Service Providers to Use a Common Logic Model, Local Level

Transitioning from Government Assistance to Economic Self-Sufficiency


Medicaid Buy-In Enrollment for People with Severe Disabilities, State Level


Fair Housing, Hamilton County, Ohio

Substance Use & Mutual Support Groups

Recovery Residences for Alcohol and Drug Use

Recovery Residences for Alcohol and Drug Use, short version

Expanding the Mutual Help Group Movement

Self-Help Organizations for Alcohol and Drug Problems