May 2010: We've outgrown our facilities and have moved!! We are now located at 34 Wright Ave in Auburn, NY. We welcome your visit to our new offices.
March 2008: Since September of 2007, the Partnership for Results has been providing consulting services to the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education of the District of Columbia to support the implementation of the Interagency Collaboration and Services Integration Commission, a reform of local governance based on the Partnership model (please see Title V of the District's Public Education Reform Act of 2007 and a March 19, 2008 story about Commission and Partnership activities in the Washington Post).
December 2007: The Partnership for Results has been awarded a 3-year grant from the NYS Division for Criminal Justice Services to address the problems of truancy in Auburn, NY. The program, called ADEPT (Auburn Development of Engagement and Prevention of Truancy project) will be a collaborative effort involving the Partnership, Auburn Police Department, Auburn Enlarged City School District, and the Cayuga County Community Mental Health Center. (details)
August 2007: The Partnership for Results receives a 5-year Drug Free Communities grant to continue its work preventing and reducing substance use and abuse in Auburn, NY. The funding is provided by the U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), which administers the program in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service's Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA). (press release)
July 2007: The Partnership for Results is one of 4 sites nationally to receive Foundation for Learning funding from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant will fund the preventive and intervention services to promote the positive social and emotional development of children attending early learning centers in Cayuga County. (details)
January 2007: The Partnership for Results receives a $147,545 grant from the NYS Health Foundation ( www.nyshealthfoundation.org) to expand the evidence-based Resilience Project. The grant will help expand a nationally recognized program providing early intervention for high-risk rural youth needing mental health and behavioral services. (details)
November 2006: Philip
B. Uninsky, JD. 2006. "The Second Mouse's Agenda: A Comprehensive
Model for Preventing and Reducing Violence in the Lives of School-Age
Children," in A.F. Lieberman & R. DeMartino, Eds., Interventions
for Children Exposed to Violence. Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute.
April 20, 2005: Harvard University names the Partnership for Results as a finalist for the Innovations in American Government Award. (more)
February 27, 2005: Partnership for Results is featured in an Washington Post Op Ed. (more)
was formerly "Cayuga County Safe Schools/Healthy Students Partnership,
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