The programs of the Jordan Institute for Families represent a diverse range of practice and policy initiatives designed to benefit families across North Carolina and the nation. Some programs were established before the formation of the Jordan Institute for Families and chose to affiliate with the Institute when it was created. Other programs were created under the Institute after it was founded. Each section below briefly summarizes the services offered by programs affiliated with the Institute, and also reports on outcomes observed by each program in the past year and, in some cases, over the past 2 to 3 years.
All 13 programs serve a common objective: to provide the 100 counties in North Carolina with the best available information for serving families. The programs include: