With meetings from the start of the process and continuous updates through a project’s different stages, we always aim to coordinate closely to ensure that the work is informed by a client’s communities, contexts, and needs. It is because of this that many of our clients come back again and again to work with us. Below is only a partial list of some of our clients.
The Upper Peninsula Food As Medicine (FAM) program is intended to address food insecurity and improve the health outcomes of low-income residents in the Upper Peninsula (U.P.) through: PRODUCE PRESCRIPTIONS for low-income, food-insecure U.P. residents that have or are at risk of certain diet-related health conditions. Prescriptions can be redeemed at local markets.NUTRITION EDUCATION offerings […]View Project
College enrollment has grown substantially among Black students between 1990 and 2021. However, Black college student enrollment rates in the United States are consistently lower than those of the national population, and they are notably lower than the enrollment rates for white students and Asian students. Recent enrollment trends from the years 2018-2021 show that […]View Project
Overview Public Policy Associates (PPA) in partnership with the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Great Start (MDE/OGS) and the Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC) has been conducting an evaluation of the reimagined Great Start to Quality (GSQ) (Michigan’s Quality Recognition and Improvement System or QRIS). A significantly reimagined GSQ was launched in February 2023 […]View Project