The Impact of Integrating Behavioral Health with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families to Build a Culture of Health across Two-Generations Evidence Brief

Overview

Systems for Action research conducted by Drexel University studies the impact of a new model for achieving health and wellbeing through self-sufficiency programming. The Building Wealth and Health Network is a workforce development program that addresses both behavioral and financial health.

Read how these strategies were associated with improvements in self-efficacy, depression and economic hardship. 

The evidence brief reviews what solution was tested, the research findings and recommendations for action based on this evidence. 

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