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1 Overview of The Wisconsin PROMISE Program Procedure Manual February 13, 2014

2 ●Your manual describes the recruitment, enrollment, and random assignment process for Wisconsin PROMISE ●Your manual has been customized for your program specific processes ●Each manual includes materials that might be useful for the recruitment, enrollment, and random assignment processes as well as materials that Wisconsin PROMISE has already developed Overview of Manual 2

3 ●Study Overview ●Research Procedures ●Verifying Group Assignment ●Data Security Procedures ●Resources and Support for Study Enrollment ●Other Evaluation Activities Overview of the Presentation 3

4 I. Study Overview

5 ●A joint initiative of the U.S. Departments of Education (ED), Health and Human Services, and Labor, and the Social Security Administration (SSA) ●Objectives –Immediate: Improve the provision and coordination of services for youth ages receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and their families –Long-term: Improve educational attainment and employment outcomes and reduce reliance on SSI Promoting Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Income (PROMISE) 5

6 ●Six PROMISE programs –Funded by ED for five years ●Recruit and enroll at least 2,000 youth and their families over a two-year period –Half will be in the program group that will receive PROMISE services and half will be in the usual services group ●Mathematica provides technical assistance around recruitment, enrollment, and random assignment Promoting Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Income (PROMISE) 6

7 II. Research Procedures

8 Step 4: Program staff notify youth and family of group assignment and eligible services Step 3: Program staff enter data into RAS and youth is randomly assigned to a study group Step 2: Youth and family complete consent form in its entirety and program staff review for completeness Step 1: Program staff conduct recruitment and outreach efforts of eligible youth Four Key Study Enrollment Steps 8

9 Research Procedures Step 1: Conduct Outreach and Recruitment Targeted to Eligible Youth

10 ●1.1 Wisconsin PROMISE recruitment approach –Direct mailings of recruitment packets will come from the University of Wisconsin Research Team ▪Recruitment packets include an outreach letter, consent form, paper intake form, PROMISE Intake Attendant (PIA) contact information, pre-addressed and pre-stamped return envelope. –Other avenues of outreach: ▪Print advertisements- newspapers and magazines ▪Electronic advertisements- , social media, websites ▪Out of home advertisements- billboards, flyers ▪Multi-media advertisements- radio, TV, cinema, mobile ▪Outreach from existing programs and schools Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 10

11 Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 11

12 ●Study rationale ●Sponsors and program objectives ●Location of PROMISE programs ●Study objectives ●Research design ●Research activities for Mathematica ●Research activities for PROMISE programs ●Study schedule ●Study contacts Appendix A: External Project Description 12

13 ●Overview of PROMISE ●Role of National Evaluator ●Research Questions ●Evaluation Design and Activities ●Analyses and Reports ●Timeframe ●Stakeholder Roles Appendix B: Study Summary PowerPoint Presentation 13

14 Appendix C: Wisconsin Outreach Letter  Introduces Wisconsin PROMISE as part of a federal program to learn how to help youth with disabilities meet their school and work goals  Explains how to be included in the study  Includes contact information for the PIA.  Provides contact information for the project PI 14

15 ●1.2 Develop the Means to Track Outreach Efforts –Wisconsin recruitment and outreach activities will be recorded by Research Specialists from the University of Wisconsin Research Team. –The eligible youth list will be sorted and prioritized for recruitment purposes based on: ▪Age (statewide): youth 16.5 to years old, statewide, will be prioritized for the first round of recruitment mailings ▪Geographic (Milwaukee): zip code Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 15

16 ●1.2 Develop the Means to Track Outreach Efforts –Recruitment and outreach activities will be tracked in excel and will track: ▪Date enrollment package was sent to eligible individual ▪Date the 6 and 12 week follow up mailings were sent (if enrollment materials are not received within 6 weeks of the initial mailing date ▪Date enrollment materials are received by Research Specialists ▪Completeness of enrollment materials; follow-up with participants/family via phone may be required. ▪Record which PROMISE Intake Coordinator (PIC) assisted participant with enrollment materials, if applicable, based on the individualized PIC return address mailing labels. Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 16

17 Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth PROMISE Administrative Recruitment & Enrollment Tracking System Eligible Individual/Participant Information Last Name First Name Age Mailing Address City Zip Code Date Enrollment Package Sent Date 6 Week Follow- Up Sent Date 12 Week Follow-Up Sent Date Enrollment Materials Received at SVRI PIC Name Date of Phone Follow-Up w/ Participant T or C Date Group Assign. Letter Sent Gift Card Date Participant Data Entered in InfoPath 17

18 ●1.3 Use the SSI lists to recruit participants –Initial lists will be processed by Mathematica in February 2014 and will be released by SSA to Wisconsin PROMISE once the MOU between SSA and the program has been finalized –Youth on the SSI lists will have unique study ID numbers, assigned by Mathematica ▪Social Security numbers (SSNs) will not be provided –Lists will be transmitted securely from SSA to Wisconsin PROMISE programs Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 18

19 Appendix F: SSA Data Flow Diagram 19

20 Appendix G: Key Fields Included in the SSA Lists -Study ID -Youth date of birth -Youth sex -Youth name -Youth telephone number -Spoken language preference -Disability name -First and last date age eligible -Mailing address for the youth -Name and contact information for the Representative Payee -Residential address if the youth and the representative payee do not live together ●SSI lists will include the following data fields: 20

21 ●1.3a Community Outreach, Recruitment, and Enrollment Procedure –PICs and Research Specialists will attend community outreach events –PICs will identify a private area where enrollment can be completed ▪Research Specialists will check the Random Assignment System (RAS) to determine PROMISE eligibility –Youth may complete the enrollment form: ▪On site with or without assistance from the PIC ▪Independently at a later time Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 21

22 ●1.3b Correct undeliverable addresses –SSA lists will be matched with Medicaid records to provide most up to date addresses –We also recommend: ▪Communicating with schools to verify SSA addresses ▪Searching records from other participating partners –Other Resources: ▪People Finder- free searches based on a person’s name, age, address, and/or phone number ▪ Accurint- in-depth searches for specific individuals, batch searches based on a list of names, historical mailing and phone numbers, deceased indicators, reverse phone searches, and social network searches Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 22

23 ●1.4a Using updated SSI lists of eligible youth –Updated lists of PROMISE-eligible youth will be provided in July 2014, January 2015, and July 2015 –The updated lists will reflect changes such as: ▪Youth entering or exiting the eligible age range ▪Moving into or out of the designated PROMISE service delivery areas ▪Beginning or ending the receipt of SSI Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 23

24 ●1.4a Using Updated SSI Lists (continued) Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth Status CodeDefinitionAction(s) to Be Taken 1Eligible, not enrolledBegin or continue recruitment efforts 2Ineligible, not enrolledCease or do not begin recruitment efforts 3EnrolledContinue to deliver services, update contact information if necessary 24

25 ●1.4a Using Updated SSI Lists (continued) –I will be in touch as you approach and meet your enrollment target of 2,000 youth –Wisconsin PROMISE will not provide PROMISE services to additional youth after the enrollment target has been met. ▪Any remaining PROMISE eligible youth will receive the usually available services. Step 1: Conduct Recruitment and Outreach Efforts of Eligible Youth 25

26 ●1.4b PROMISE program youth who move during the study period –Move to another Service Delivery Area: ▪Provide information for program staff in the new service delivery area ▪Contact your counterpart in the new service delivery area to inform them that a program group youth will soon be entering the area –Move to a non-service delivery area but can either manage the logistics or participate in services remotely, so they can continue to receive PROMISE services Step 1: Outreach and Recruitment 26

27 ●Recapping Step 1 –Outreach activities include direct mailings and other strategies such as newsletters and social networking –Tracking outreach efforts through Excel –SSA will be providing lists of eligible PROMISE youth to Wisconsin PROMISE –Lists will be updated to reflect changes such as youth moving in or out of the service delivery area, youth aging in or out of the eligible age range, and youth who begin or end SSI receipt –You should make efforts to continue service delivery to youth who move to another program area and you should determine procedures for dealing with youth who move out of the service delivery area. Step 1: Outreach and Recruitment 27

28 Research Procedures Step 2: Youth and parent/guardian complete consent and intake forms; program staff review for completeness

29 ●2.1 Obtain Youth and Parent/Guardian Consent –Consent and intake forms completed at home ▪Once the consent and intake forms have been completed, youth will mail their forms to the University Research Team. Research Specialists will enter the consent form information into the RAS and begin random assignment ▪Youth may contact the PROMISE Intake Attendant for additional information –Consent and intake forms completed in person ▪PICs may administer the form ▪Youth may decide to take the form home to complete Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 29

30 ●What: A new federal program to help with school and work goals ●Who: Youth who receive SSI and their families ●Why: Learn what services are best at helping meet these goals ●$30 incentive and $10 for each phone interview ●Study group assignment ●Privacy ●Risks ●Choice ●Right to leave Appendix H: Wisconsin Consent Form 30

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32 ●Collects additional information on youth and family including: Appendix I and J: Intake Form and Intake Form Instructions -Number of people in the household - The living arrangement -Primary language spoken at home - Annual household income - Household Public Assistance - Race/ethnicity - Gender - Educational attainment and services - Employment history and future prospects - Health status and primary disability - Parent expectations for youth -Name, Date of birth, and Social Security Number for other household members over 15 years old 32

33 Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 33

34 ●Addresses questions about: –General aspects of the national evaluation –PROMISE study groups and group assignment process –Consent form –National evaluation surveys Appendix K: Questions and Answers about the PROMISE Evaluation 34

35 ●2.1a Withdrawing from the program –If a youth or parent/guardian consents and later decides that they no longer want to participate ▪They must submit a written letter the program director ▪At that time, Mathematica and the PROMISE program will cease attempts to contact the youth to participate in data collection Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 35

36 ●2.1b Refusal to Provide Consent –If a parent/guardian or youth do not consent: ▪Inform them that they may access only usually available services ▪If they change their mind, they may complete the state consent form and be assigned to a study group at that time. Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 36

37 ●2.1c Outcome Based Payments for Enrollment –PICs will receive a $60 incentive for each youth they successfully enroll into PROMISE. ▪They will also receive reimbursement for travel costs if travel exceeds 100 miles. –PICs will have unique return labels which will be used to track how many youth each PIC enrolls Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 37

38 ●2.2 Review the forms to ensure they are completely and correctly filled out –Obtain any missing information from the youth and family –Enrollment and random assignment cannot occur if key information is missing from the consent form Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 38

39 ●Recapping Step 2 –Youth and parental consent is required for PROMISE participation –Wisconsin has created its own consent and intake forms –Wisconsin has customized a FAQ document to help obtain consent from youth and their parents/guardians –If youth withdraw from a study, the PROMISE program and Mathematica will cease contact with the youth –Consent forms should be reviewed for completeness before advancing to random assignment Step 2: Complete and Review Consent and Intake Form 39

40 Research Procedures Step 3: Enter Information Into the RAS and Randomly Assign Youth

41 ●The PROMISE Random Assignment System (RAS) –Verifies eligibility for PROMISE –Gathers contact information on youth and their parents/guardians –Conducts automated validation checks on the data entered –Checks that youth have not previously been randomly assigned –Conducts random assignment –Produces reports on recruitment and enrollment progress Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 41

42 ●System Security: –Secure password requirements –Multifactor authentication –Session timeouts – 20 minutes and two hours –Data is restricted to specific program and region, as well as the user account level –All data in the development system is test data Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 42

43 ●3.1 Log in to the RAS –Create a username and password after receiving an invitation from your RAS program administrator –Access the RAS at : https://www.promise-ras.com Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 43

44 ●Log in Screen Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 44

45 ●Reasons for being kicked out of the RAS: –Entering an incorrect password three times in a row will lock your account –Not completing the new password and multifactor authentication within 15 minutes of receiving a password reset will deactivate your account ●Both of these scenarios will require a password reset by your administrator Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 45

46 ●Welcome Page Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 46

47 ●Enroll Youth Link Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 47

48 ●Eligibility Validation Screen Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 48

49 ●Data Entry Page Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 49

50 ●3.2 Enter information from the consent form Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth Required Fields for Random AssignmentOptional Fields Youth Data Fields Youth first nameYouth middle initial Youth last nameYouth address Youth signatureYouth Facebook username Date of youth signatureYouth Address line 2 At least one telephone number for youth Youth Social Security Number Youth date of birth Youth gender Youth address line 1 Youth city/state/zip Region 50

51 ●3.2 Enter information from the consent form Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth Required Fields for Random AssignmentOptional Fields Parent/Guardian Data Fields Parent/guardian first nameParent/guardian middle initial Parent/guardian last nameParent/guardian address Parent/guardian signatureParent/guardian Social Security Number Date of parent/guardian signatureParent/guardian address line 2 At least one telephone number for parent/guardian c Parent/guardian date of birth Parent/guardian gender Parent/guardian address line 1 Parent/guardian city/state/zip Sibling Data Fields Does the youth have a sibling who enrolled in the study at an earlier date (Yes/No)? [If Yes/No] Sibling’s middle initial [If Yes] Sibling’s first name[If No] Sibling’s first name [If Yes] Sibling’s last name[If No] Sibling’s last name [If Yes] Sibling’s Social Security Number[If No] Sibling’s Social Security Number [If Yes] Sibling’s date of birth[If No] Sibling’s date of birth 51

52 ●Data Entry Page Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 52

53 ●Two additional system checks: –Sibling SSN and DOB against previously enrolled youth (if sibling information is provided) –Parent/guardian SSN and DOB against parents/guardians of previously enrolled youth (if no sibling information is provided AND parent SSN is included) Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 53

54 ●3.3 Random assignment of youth to program or usual services group –To conduct random assignment, click “Continue to Random Assignment” –To step away from your computer prior to random assignment, click “Save Draft” Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 54

55 ●Youth Summary Screen Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 55

56 ●3.3 Random assignment of youth to program or usual services group –For assistance, the RAS Help Desk –Call from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Eastern Time –Do NOT include specific youth information in a voice mail message or message Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 56

57 ●3.4 Updating youth contact information –Youth address and phone number can be updated in the RAS or state tracking or MIS system ▪If only updating contact information in the state tracking or MIS system, Mathematica may periodically request updated contact information –Youth and sibling date of birth and SSN cannot be updated in RAS ▪Contact RAS Help Desk for assistance if this information needs to be changed during the enrollment period Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 57

58 ●Manage My User Information Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 58

59 LIVE RAS DEMONSTRATION

60 ●Prior to entering information into the RAS, identify “wild card” cases –Five wild card exemptions per PROMISE program –Reserved for cases for which staff present compelling reasons for providing PROMISE services –Obtain approval from the program director or a representative for the program director ▪Program director should contact RAS Help Desk to implement a wild card exemption –Once random assignment occurs, the result cannot be changed Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 60

61 ●Recapping Step 3 –Security features have been put in place to ensure proper use of the RAS –The RAS will collect consent form information about youth, parents/guardians, and siblings ▪You should confirm that the consent form is completed in its entirety prior to data entry ▪You should enter as much data as possible –The RAS will conduct validation checks to: ▪Ensure that the youth was not previously enrolled ▪Assign youth to the same study group as his/her sibling, if applicable ▪Confirm that all required data is entered correctly Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 61

62 ●Recapping Step 3 –The RAS will assign youth to one of two study groups: ▪PROMISE program group ▪Usual services group –Information about the youth case status and study group assignment can be found in the RAS –Youth and parent contact information can be updated through the “Go to youth information link” at any time after enrollment. –The RAS Help Desk can provide technical assistance with the system –Wild cards will be identified before random assignment and should be reserved for compelling cases Step 3: Enter Information into RAS and Randomly Assign Youth 62

63 Research Procedures Step 4: Notify the Youth Participant of His or Her Group Assignment

64 ●4.1 Print Group Assignment Notification Letter –Click on the “Generate Notification Letter” link ▪Will create a customized PDF document for the applicant with his or her study group assignment Step 4: Notify the Youth Participant of His or Her Group Assignment 64

65 Appendices L and M: RAS Notification Letters 65 ●Wisconsin has customized notification letters ●Generic Spanish versions of these letters will be available –We recommend attaching the generic Spanish version to the customized English letter printed by the RAS

66 ●4.1a Notify PROMISE program youth –Youth assigned to receive PROMISE services will be mailed ▪RAS notification letter ▪A gift card ▪Informational brochure on Wisconsin PROMISE –Youth will be contacted by a DVR Case Coordinator within 1-2 days after random assignment to connect youth to a DVR Case Manager Step 4: Notify the Youth Participant of His or Her Group Assignment 66

67 ●4.1b Notify Usual Service group youth –Youth assigned to receive the usually available services will be mailed ▪RAS notification letter ▪A gift card Step 4: Notify the Youth Participant of His or Her Group Assignment 67

68 ●Thank the youth for taking part in the study ●Remind the youth that assignment was random ●Inform the youth of his/her study group ●Describe what services the youth may access based on the group assignment ●Explain how to access PROMISE services or usual services ●Remind the youth of the 18-month survey ●Thank the youth again Appendices N and O: Scripts for Informing a Youth Participant of His or Her Study Group Assignment 68

69 ●4.2 Handling upset youth or parents/guardians –Use script for speaking with youth who are upset with assignment to the usual services group (Appendix P) Step 4: Notify the Youth Participant of His or Her Group Assignment 69

70 ●Draw from your own experience and training for how to talk with upset clients ●Use active listening to affirm that you understand the concerns of the youth and parents/guardians ●Reiterate that the assignment was done randomly ●Explain that they can still access the usually available services and provide examples ●Offer to connect them to some of those services ●Inform them that they may talk with a supervisor if they are still unhappy Appendix P: Script for Speaking With Upset Youth or Parents/Guardians 70

71 ●Recapping Step 4 –Notification letters will be generated by the RAS ▪Programs may choose to provide an alternative language form in addition to the official notification –Wisconsin PROMISE youth will be mailed a notification letter and will receive a phone call from DVR Case Coordinator –Scripts are provided to assist with notifying participants of their group assignment and for handling upset youth or parents/guardians Step 4: Notify the Youth Participant of His or Her Group Assignment 71

72 Overview of The Wisconsin PROMISE Program Procedure Manual Verify Group Assignment

73 ●It is critical that only program group youth receive PROMISE services ●Deviation from this standard would compromise the reliability of the study’s findings Verify Group Assignment 73

74 ●Check for previous random assignment in the RAS –Enter the youth’s SSN and date of birth in the RAS eligibility validation Verify Group Assignment 74

75 ●Identify study group status in state MIS system –Research Specialists will enter the participation information from the intake form and the RAS into the InfoPath site. Research Specialists will ensure that group assignment is entered accurately. –DVR Consumer Case Coordinators will use the InfoPath site to access a list of treatment group participants who will be entered into the IRIS DVR Referral System and will be tagged as PROMISE participants. –Case Managers and Case Coordinators can check study group assignment in IRIS. Verify Group Assignment 75

76 ●Mathematica will monitor group assignment integrity –Mathematica will compare study group counts in the RAS to study group counts from the state MIS Verify Group Assignment 76

77 Overview of The Wisconsin PROMISE Program Procedure Manual Security Procedures for the Evaluation

78 ●PROMISE management and staff must protect the confidentiality of personally identifiable information (PII) –Examples include: name, date of birth, address, telephone number, Facebook name, and SSN ●Particular attention should be given to security when collecting youth information at community outreach events Security Procedures 78

79 ●Storing and mailing consent forms –You may choose whether to store the consent forms at the PROMISE offices where they are collected or in one centralized location –Mailing: ▪Establish a schedule for sending forms to that location ▪Send the forms via Certified or Registered Mail, UPS, or FedEx with tracking and receipt confirmation requested. –Storing: ▪Consent forms should be kept locked up in appropriate storage units, such as locking file cabinets. ▪Only authorized staff should have access to these storage units, as well. ●Consent forms should be able to be retrieved should a youth or parent/guardian have a question about consent. Security Procedures 79

80 ●Steps to ensure confidentiality: –Store materials with PII out of sight and locked in appropriate locking storage when not in use –Keep work surfaces and open storage areas clear of materials containing PII. Never leave paper documents or portable media containing PII unattended –When displaying PII on your computer, ensure that unauthorized people cannot see the information –Log out of the RAS and activate a screen saver whenever you leave your computer Security Procedures 80

81 ●Steps to ensure confidentiality (continued): –Do not PII or include PII in the subject line or body of s. Do not attach documents that contain PII. –Be sure that unauthorized people cannot overhear PII being discussed in person or over the phone –Report the loss, disclosure, or misuse of PII to your supervisor immediately Security Procedures 81

82 ●Recapping Security Procedures –PII is personally identifiable information such as name, date of birth, and Social Security Number –It is the responsibility of PROMISE staff to ensure confidentiality of PII –Security procedures should be put in place for storing and mailing consent forms –Follow the identified suggestions for maintaining PII security Security Procedures 82

83 Overview of The Wisconsin PROMISE Program Procedure Manual Evaluation Support and Other Research Activities

84 ●Your program’s Evaluation Liaison will: –Gather information to customize procedures –Minimize data collection burden on program staff –Develop plans to address issues that might affect the ability to evaluate the programs Resources and Support for Study Enrollment 84

85 ●The National Evaluation Team will provide technical assistance on recruitment and enrollment, random assignment, and ongoing data collection via: –Conferences and webinars –Web-based training –In-person training Resources and Support for Study Enrollment 85

86 ●RAS Help Desk –PROMISE program staff may contact the RAS help desk with questions and concerns –8:00 am to 4:00 pm Eastern Time, Monday–Friday – Resources and Support for Study Enrollment 86

87 ●Process Study –Telephone interviews with program directors ▪Winter 2014 –Site Visits ▪Summer/Fall 2014 and Winter 2016 ▪Interviews with state and local staff ▪Observation of program operations ▪Case reviews ▪Focus groups with PROMISE youth and parents Other Evaluation Activities 87

88 ●Impact Analysis –Youth and Parent/Guardian Surveys ▪18 months and 5 years after random assignment –State Administrative Data ▪State Vocational Rehabilitation and Medicaid data ▪Additional state data for future SSA analyses include Unemployment Insurance benefits, SNAP/TANF benefits, and education outcomes –Federal Administrative Data ▪Data from IRS and SSA automated records to capture annual earnings and monthly disability benefit amounts Other Evaluation Activities 88

89 PROMISE Contacts ED Point of Contact for PROMISE Demonstration Marlene Simon-Burroughs (202) SSA Point of Contact for PROMISE Evaluation Jeffrey Hemmeter (410) Mathematica Project Director for PROMISE Evaluation Thomas Fraker (202) Wisconsin Site Liaison Rebekah Selekman (609)

90 Wisconsin PROMISE THANK YOU! 90


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