Research and Program Evaluation

Current Research Projects

The multidisciplinary research team at the Center for Behavioral Health and Wellness (CBHW) focuses on participatory applied research in partnership with community agencies.  Both qualitative and quantitative approaches are utilized.

Through multiple local, state and federal grants, we can assist with applied projects such as:

  • Community-based needs assessments
  • Database creations and analysis
  • Survey development
  • Evaluation consultation and logic modeling
  • Program evaluation
  • Longitudinal research
  • Grant Writing

Click here for an Overview of our Current Research Projects

Click here for a List of Staff Publications and Presentations

Highlighted Project: Mentoring Matters

Mentoring Matters is a project to build capacity to provide evidence-based mentoring services to at-risk youth, particularly African-American and Latino boys. The goal is to create and support community-wide approaches to mentoring through the creation of a Hub of Excellence that will encourage collaborations and build the capacity and effectiveness of mentoring programs in the Greater Greensboro community. It is sponsored by United Way of Greater Greensboro.

     Mentoring Matters Resource Directory

     Best Practices Guide Brief: Elements of Effective Mentoring

     Best Practices Guide Brief: Training Effective Mentors