Time’s Up Measure Up is an multi-organization initiative from the Time’s Up foundation to combine quantitative and quantitative data to expose economic and other hardships facing women as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. CARES performed data consultation to identify quantitative datasets to represent the TUMU conceptual framework. CARES then acquired data for 15+ metrics, relying on knowledge of existing secondary sources as well as custom survey data analysis.
The Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Hub (ROR) supports rural community and county-based grantees with substance abuse and opioid related data. These data are used to support application processes, community assessment, reporting, and evaluation.
The Inland Northwest Insights Hub, lauched in 2018, is a collaborative effort between regional grantmaking foundations, community health experts and social service providers that serve counties throughout the Inland Northwest. The Hub is supported by contributions from the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation, Syringa Hospital, Idaho Community Foundation, and Innovia Foundation.