Find Promising Practices

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The PPN asks, “What works for children and families?”

 What is the Promising Practices Network?

The Promising Practices Network  although archived in June, 2014 still boasts “research based information on what works to improve the lives of children and families.”

The PPN has reviewed over 200 programs working with children and families.

90 programs have received a ‘proven’ or a ‘promising’ rating.

109 others, although not reviewed by the PPN evidence of their effectiveness has been reviewed by one or more credible organizations using standards similar to PPN’s evidence criteria.

What programs catch our attention?

Outcome: Healthy and Safe Children 

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