Jared Martin, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar

Jared Martin, PhD received his PhD from Ohio State University in Human Development and Family Science. His research focuses on housing and other supportive interventions for youth and families experiencing homelessness and implementation science in human service organizations. His dissertation used mixed methods to understand the influence of system-level factors on the adoption of evidence-based practices among organizations serving youth experiencing homelessness. He has also conducted research on youth and young adults’ experiences and perceptions of services providers, Housing First for youth populations, and implementation of a cross-system intervention to support families affected by parental substance abuse disorder and child maltreatment. Jared recently served on the board of the Society for Implementation Research Collaboration (SIRC), an international society committed to bringing researchers and community providers together to conduct evaluation of the implementation of evidence-based practices, as the 2022 Student Conference Chair. Jared’s research interests are informed by his experience working in housing and outreach programs for youth populations and at a training and technical assistance provider dedicated to advancing use of evidence-based practices for children and families in the state of California.
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