1. Fact Sheet

    Just in Reach and Pay for Success Fact Sheet

    Homelessness December 12, 2017

    Breaking cycles of homelessness and incarceration through a health-centered approach.

  2. Report

    Sustainable Development Goals in the United States

    November 20, 2017

    Opportunities for 2017 and Beyond

  3. Report

    Building Public Support for the Sustainable Development Goals

    November 16, 2017 By FrameWorks Institute

    A Strategic Communications Brief

  4. External Report

    Ending Violence in Childhood: Global Report 2017

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS November 13, 2017 From Know Violence in Childhood: A Global Learning Initiative
  5. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Substance Use Prevention Initiative: 2017 Evaluation Report, Year 3

    Substance Use Prevention October 24, 2017 By Abt Associates

    In 2014, Abt Associates was selected by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation as their Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) partner to evaluate its Youth Substance Use Prevention program.

  6. Report

    Crossover Youth: Los Angeles County Probation Youth with Previous Referrals to Child Protective Services

    Foster Youth October 21, 2017 By Children's Data Network

    A new study finds that the troubles of the hundreds of youth leaving the juvenile justice system in Los Angeles County each year may have started at home in early childhood.

  7. Fact Sheet

    Cultivating Successful Career Pathways for Opportunity Youth

    The hospitality industry has great potential to serve opportunity youth through the development of career pathways—sequenced delivery of education and training opportunities, accompanied by support services— to prepare people for success in the workforce.

  8. In Practice Paper

    In Practice: Program Related Investments for Sustained Impact

    Homelessness September 29, 2017 By Laurie Gould, Dr. Janet Boguslaw

    Since 1994, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has made over $40 million in Program Related Investments (PRIs) to complement and enhance our grant activity. These investments, or loans, can be an incredibly catalytic force in helping to scale the work of our partners and are made for the primary purpose of generating a social impact. One example of using PRIs to effectively enhance our grantmaking is in the area of chronic homelessness.