We believe that research can and should be an empowering experience for those who participate. And that research can powerfully bring together many people's voices and experiences to create change in our community.
We are grateful to the youth, women, and men who have participated in our research in Denver. By participating, they planted seeds that have grown over time, helping us to work together with community partners to be responsive to victims and survivors of trauma and violence.
Women's Health Project
Please note: We are not longer enrolling new participants into the Women's Health Project. We are continuing to do interviews with women already enrolled in the project (for up to 4 interviews total). Thank you!
We're LISTENING to women when they talk about unwanted sexual experiences.
- Have you had an unwanted sexual experience in the last year?
- Did you tell someone (such as a counselor, advocate, police officer, health provider) about that experience?
- Are you 18 years of age or older?
Women who answer yes to these questions are invited to participate in the Women's Health Project.
This study involves 4 interviews over 9 months with a female interviewer; you can receive up to $230 for taking part in the 4 interviews. For more information, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.871.4103, www.du.edu/tssgroup/womenshealth.
Linc: evaluating the Wraparound Legal Services Project
MATCH: Maternal Attachment, Coping & Health Study
MATCH invites mothers who:
- Are over age 18
- Have a child who is 1.5-5 years old
- Experienced stress as a child themselves.
The project involves one 40-minute survey online. Read more here.
Our offices are located on the University of Denver campus in Nagel Hall. When you sign up to participate in a study, we will confirm the location with you. A map to parking near our offices is available here.
Last updated: 4Jan2016