Evidence in Action: Making a Difference for Veterans

Every day we see strategies that are working and delivering results in a rapidly changing world. This Evidence in Action blog series highlights the voices of social innovation organizations to highlight effective interventions in communities across the country and evidence-based policy and practice leaders to elevate both the results-driven solutions being advanced to help solve our most pressing social problems and to describe the evidence-based federal programs that are critical to developing and scaling effective human and social services.

Today, Social Finance shares the piece Voices from PFS Pioneers: Tuscaloosa Research and Education Advancement Corporation and Social Finance Discuss Veterans Workforce Recovery PFS Project, highlighting the role the Social Innovation Fund and Pay for Success contracting can play in driving not only funding to more effective interventions to measurably impact lives but how they can also help improve practice and collaboration across government agencies.

This post is part of America Forward’s Evidence in Action blog series. Follow along on Twitter with #EvidenceinAction and catch up on the series here.

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