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Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative

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Health Resources and Services Administration

The Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative (HARC) is a collaborative of researchers and stakeholders dedicated to supporting improved outcomes for children and families through home visiting research.

It aims to identify and advance the use of innovative research methods, to accelerate the integration of results into practice, and to support the development of emerging researchers.

HARC focuses on precision home visiting, which breaks down services to understand how their components achieve specific outcomes for specific populations. JBA is represented on the HARC steering committee and works with other home visiting leaders to refine the research agenda and oversee its progress.

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  • Jill Filene, M.P.H. Executive Vice President

    Jill Filene has more than 15 years of experience in applied research, program evaluation, and technical assistance. Her areas of expertise include home...

  • Matthew Poes, M.S. Senior Research Associate

    Matthew Poes has 12 years of experience in research design and child development interventions with an emphasis on home visiting, education, and early...

  • Susan Zaid, M.A. Director

    Susan Zaid brings more than 19​ years of experience in program evaluation, applied social science research, and evaluation technical assistance in the areas of...

  • Lance Till, M.S. Senior Research Associate

    Lance Till has more than 14 years of experience working in evaluation, program planning, and early childhood systems of care. He brings to JBA expertise...

  • Mallory Quigley Clark, M.P.H. Research Associate
  • Joelle Ruben, M.S.W. Senior Communications Associate

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Johns Hopkins University

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