The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is committed to leveraging our impact by sharing what we're learning about solving problems in our priority areas. This section shares our knowledge and offers links to websites and other publications with a wealth of information and resources that we've found helpful.

  1. External Report

    A Nun's Life

    Catholic Sisters August 11, 2015 From A Nun's Life
  2. Report

    Integrating a Parenting Intervention With Routine Primary Health Care: A Cluster Randomized Trial

    Children Affected by HIV and AIDS August 5, 2015 By PEDIATRICS

    More than 200 million children globally do not attain their developmental potential. A parent training program integrated into primary health center visits proves to be beneficial to child development.

  3. Report

    Human Sciences Research Council Newsletter, June 2015

    In this issue we speak to Pedro Maunde, ECD Project Manager for CARE International and one of the graduates of the SECD course about his experience of the course and its practical application in his work; we review the Parenting in Africa Network’s report on Opportunities for strengthening families through positive discipline; and we take a look at the social and emotional foundations for early learning in Part 1 of the series which explores social and emotional development in young children.

  4. External Report

    Young Adult Outcomes of Foster Care, Justice, and Dually Involved Youth in New York City

    Foster Youth June 30, 2015 From New York City Office of the Mayor
  5. Report

    Substance Use Prevention Infographic Highlights

    Substance Use Prevention June 20, 2015

    Screening and early intervention is a practical, proven approach.

  6. Report

    Substance Use Prevention Infographic

    Substance Use Prevention June 20, 2015

    Youth are especially vulnerable to developing substance use disorders, which carry the potential for life-altering consequences. The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s strategy focuses on screening and early intervention.

  7. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Coordinated Entry System

    Homelessness May 15, 2015 By Abt Associates Inc.

    The original goals for the Los Angeles CES implementation discussed in this report were “enriching community collaboration and capacity around placement of highly acute chronically homeless individuals in permanent supportive housing through a coordinated process of assessment, outreach, housing navigation, placement, and retention support.”

  8. External Report

    Homelessness Research Institute

    Homelessness April 1, 2015 From National Alliance to End Homelessness