Project of interest Connecticut Family Stability Pay for Success Project
2016 Office of National Drug Control Policy
Notes Services through this PFS project began on September 28, 2016 – a milestone announced that day by both community leaders – including Governor Malloy, Commissioner Katz, and CEO of Social Finance, Tracy Palandjian – and a member of the Obama Administration, Commissioner Rafael López of the Administration of Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, who all celebrated Connecticut’s leadership and action to help promote the well-being of children and their caregivers. This project stands to not only improve outcomes in the near term for these 500 families – but also to build the evidence base to inform future policy and programming. The Office of National Drug Control Policy lifts up Connecticut for its leadership under Governor Malloy as the state trail-blazed a state’s use of PFS financing to help address substance use disorders.