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Partnerships that Benefit State Systems
Office of Community Partnerships Posters
  • Suzzanne Freeze, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • John Butterworth, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Daria Domin, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Allison Hall, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Jean Winsor, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston
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Our work assists states with building a comprehensive understanding of the factors that influence employment outcomes at all levels: individuals and family, service providers, and state policy. The Framework for Employment, developed through extensive experience and research conducted within the state, is used to guide the much of the system improvement strategy work. The elements represent practices and outcomes known to be effective at enabling states to develop and sustain high-preforming integrated employment system.


Presented as part of the poster showcase at the Office of Community Partnerships' Community-Engaged Partnerships Symposium on April 5, 2012 at UMass Boston.

Community Engaged/Serving
No, this is not community-engaged.
Citation Information
Suzzanne Freeze, John Butterworth, Daria Domin, Allison Hall, et al.. "Partnerships that Benefit State Systems" (2012)
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