Center for Assessment, Research and Evaluation (CARE) REPORTS



This collection houses reports pertaining to the Center for Assessment, Research and Evaluation (CARE) .

What is CARE?
The Center for Assessment, Research and Evaluation (CARE) at California State University, Northridge was established to connect faculty and students who are trained in assessment, research and evaluation with researchers, principal investigators and community agencies in need of assistance in these three areas. CARE personnel are well trained to assist as 1) developers of scales and assessments based on modern psychometric theory, 2) consultants for research design and staffing for research implementation, and 3) evaluators for grants, grant proposals and contracts.

Mission Statement
CARE’s mission is to design and conduct evaluations of extramurally and intramurally funded projects for faculty, staff and academic/administrative campus units; procure new extramural funds through grants and contracts; and provide assessment, research, and evaluation services/opportunities for faculty, students, staff, and the surrounding community.


The Center for Assessment, Research and Evaluation (CARE)
9324 Reseda Blvd. #216
California State University,
18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91324
Phone: (818) 677-8500
Fax: (818) 677-8504

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Recent Submissions

  • Coveney, Julie; Campos, Rosa (CARECalifornia State University, Northridge, 2016)
    The FamilySource Network provides educational, financial, health, family, and youth services to low-income residents throughout the city of Los Angeles. The Network operates 19 FamilySource Centers (FSCs) throughout the ...
  • Blake, Daniel; Coveney, Julie (CARECalifornia State University, Northridge, 2016)
    Funds for social programs have declined steadily in recent years, while the problems that confront social service providers have grown. Funds for the FamilySource Network have been cut over 33% during the six years studied ...