The Transition-Age Youth Research & Evaluation Hub (TAY-Hub) seeks to improve policies and practices affecting TAY by monitoring outcomes and through applied research that is grounded in engagement with members of the child welfare services community, including those with lived experience of foster care.

Announcing the Team of TAY-Hub Research Grantees

We are working to continuously expand research and analysis to support TAY service providers, policymakers, and young people themselves in advancing outcomes for transition age youth.

That’s why we are excited to announce these researcher grantees—eleven research teams who have demonstrated a commitment to enhancing knowledge about TAY. Their work is generously supported by our partner, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, which granted subawards to conduct this research.

We invite you to learn more about their work, and we look forward to sharing updates as their research progresses.

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