The Center for the Transformation of Schools (CTS) has been designed to serve as a thought partner for districts, counties and states to pursue whole child, whole community approaches to school system improvement.
The Prevention Center of Excellence (COE) represents a unique partnership between Los Angeles County’s Department of Mental Health (DMH) and UCLA’s Division of Population Behavioral Health as an initiative under the DMH+UCLA Public Partnership for Wellbeing. It promotes interconnection among county agencies and increases training across systems of care.
The Agile Visual Analytics Lab empowers stakeholders to use evaluation data to make more timely and sound program and policy decisions. This goal is accomplished by putting vital information into the hands of stakeholders in the form of data visualizations. This site is a primary conduit through which AVAL project stakeholders engage with data.
The UCLA Nathanson Family Resilience Center is a unique academic center that combines research with direct services to families. The Center engages in cutting-edge research; provides evidence- based services to families facing challenges; works to transform technology to help meet the needs of the families we serve; collaborates with providers in our local communities to build a network of care for families; trains community providers in family-centered interventions.
In partnership with the UCLA School of Law, Fanna Gamal, an appointed teaching fellow, is working to extend UCLA Law’s work in juvenile justice, collaborate with our team, and work with faculty focused on family law, criminal law and critical race theory.
The UCLA Pritzker Center is supporting two 2020 UCLA Law graduates with post-bar fellowships at the Children’s Law Center of California (read more).
The Guardian Scholars program provides supports to youth who have experienced foster care, guardianship/kinship care, and/or probation, and/or those who are unaccompanied minors. The focus of the Guardian Scholars program is to build a welcoming community and to promote the wellness, and academic achievement of foster youth students.
The Black Male Institute’s mission is to conduct reliable research, practical interventions and effective programs that enrich the educational experiences and life chances of Black males in the United States.
UCLA TIES (Training, Intervention, Education, and Services) for Families is an interdisciplinary program dedicated to optimizing the growth and development of foster/adoptive children from birth to age 21, and their families.
In recognition of the ongoing and acute need for additional services in the Antelope Valley, the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families has created the Antelope Valley Child Health and Well-Being fellowship in partnership with the LA County Department of Health Services, and its hospitals at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center and High Desert Regional Health Center. Dr. Lisa Gantz holds the 2020-2021 fellowship, and will implement programming, training and other activities related to improving health of children and trauma-informed culture in this region.