New on the Blog

New on the Blog

Nearly 20 percent of America’s 20.4 million veterans suffer from either major depression or post-traumatic stress disorder and often have limited access to high-quality care. These mental health challenges may hinder veterans’ ability to find adequate employment. A recent PFS project seeks to bridge the gap in offering services to this group.

What role do intermediaries play in pay for success?

What role do intermediaries play in pay for success?

By leveraging their core strengths—whether in finance or knowledge—in one of the pay for success domains like housing, education, or health, intermediaries build local capacities and create partnerships that are critical to the success of PFS.

SIPPRA

SIPPRA

The Social Impact Partnerships to Pay for Results Act aims to support outcomes-based financing and provide funding for social impact partnerships, including pay for success projects. Our new resource addresses common questions about the legislation.
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How procurement officials can strengthen PFS projects

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A new way of solving an old problem: underinvestment in social determinants of health

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Braiding federal funds to scale evidence-based solutions for families battling opioid use

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Ending Family Homelessness

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How PFS helps vulnerable people

Resources

PFS + ECE: Pay for Success Early Childhood Education Toolkit