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Research & Resources

Mother and Daughter
Children & Family Resources

Women United initiatives aim to reduce the achievement gap; create an eco-system of support, promote care and connection for parents of young children; and strengthen positive social and emotional development of children ages birth to three.

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Economic Stability Resources & Databases

Sources of information for economic statistics detailing food stability and poverty on the Cape and Islands. Compilation of evidence-based practices to promote our strategy of providing pathways to economic self-sufficiency. 

Network of Care 

Search your area’s comprehensive Health and Human Services Directory to find services related to aging and disability; behavioral health; crisis services; disease prevention and treatment; housing and homelessness; public health; substance use; and basic needs.

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Housing Resources & Databases

Sources of Information for housing statistics, policy, and innovative solutions. 

Old and Young
Health Resources & Databases

Sources of Information for Health Statistics, Policy, and Innovative Solutions. Beginning with statistics and then focusing on evidenced based programs for each of four strategies in the health category; promoting healthy aging, encouraging trauma-informed care, supporting prevention and recovery strategies, and enriching the lives of individuals with special needs. 

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Education Resources & Databases

Sources of information for education statistics, policy, and innovative solutions. Starting point for evidence-based resources in the three strategies of supporting early childhood learning, expanding quality out of school programming, and building SEL skills. Information on the Early Education for All Campaign in Massachusetts which aligns with the strategy of increasing access to high-quality childcare.  

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Community Services & Program Map

Community Impact Partners of Cape and Islands United Way from 2016 to 2019

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