Researchers from the University of Washington received a $4.2 million federal grant to expand injury prevention research in the Northwest. An outreach component focused on health equity will be led by Megan Moore, the School of Social Work Sidney Miller Endowed Associate Professor in Direct Practice.
University of Washington receives $4.2 million grant that includes health equity component
IWRI receives $1.65 million to improve emotional and behavioral health for Native Americans
The School’s Indigenous Wellness Research Institute, in partnership with the Yakama Nation, was awarded a five-year $1,654,728 federal grant to improve access to mental health treatment and support services for Native American youth and young adults.
College tuition waivers can help level the playing field for foster-care youth
“Without a college degree young people from foster care have limited job opportunities, drastically reducing their lifetime earning potential,” says School of Social Work Assistant Professor Angelique Day, who recently published findings on the topic in Youth Today.
Improving health outcomes after traumatic injury for vulnerable populations
School of Social Work Sidney Miller Endowed Associate Professor Megan Moore, who focuses on health equity, recently started a two-year project supported by a $428,000 grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities.
On the ground at the country’s largest detention center for migrant women and children
In February, five volunteers from the UW School of Social Work and UW Tacoma joined their colleagues from the UW School of Law and the Department of Social Welfare at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs to spend one week providing counsel for the women housed at the detention center in Dilley, Texas.