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Two Decades in Investment in Substance-Use Prevention and Treatment

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) worked to reduce harm from alcohol and other drugs in the United States for over two decades—an investment of nearly $700 million. This retrospective analysis, part of the RWJF Retrospective Series, assesses RWJF’s investment, what was achieved through its efforts, and the strengths and challenges of the Foundation’s approach.





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Demonstrating the Value of Social Service Programs: A Simplified Approach to Calculating Return on Investment

This article examines a Gates Foundation report on a new Program Return on Investment (PROI) tool described herein simplifies monetizing the value of program outcomes and may be able to serve as a solution for valuation for all human service programs.