Who We Help

Who We Help

We work with partners using public health or system-wide approaches to achieve prevention and wellbeing outcomes related to children, families, and communities.

We partner with a variety of regional, state and national stakeholders

Why work with the Impact Center?

We use collaborative conversations, ongoing assessments, learning activities, interactive capacity development exercises, and supportive coaching opportunities to change service system processes and outcomes; and in the process, build important relationships. Hear from our partners and collaborators.

"Working with The Impact Center has changed the way we organize and talk about our work as an intermediary organization. Our partnership has fostered respectful shared learning and strengthened the way we support our partners at both a state and community level. I couldn’t ask for a more dedicated team to share in problem-solving and celebrating the work we do!"

Abby Wilson
Intermediary Support Recipient

"I have been working with the Impact Center at FPG for almost 2 years.  I have gained knowledge about strategic planning, measuring capacity for change and facilitating change with agencies and at the community level.  Working with the Impact Center has changed the way I think about implementation and the way that I work day to day."

Molly Coffey
Implementation Support Recipient

“We believe that as a funder it is imperative that any state, county, or nation…that is going to support the wider use of EBPs and models must address and must provide for the infrastructure that’s needed to support the sound and appropriate implementation of those models going forward.”

Phil Redmond
Director of Child Care, The Duke Endowment