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In collaboration with St. John Fisher College, we are proud two offer you two research papers on maternal health.
Project One: White Paper | Presentation
Project Two: White Paper | Presentation

The Mechanics of Monroe County’s Rental Housing Market

By mixed methodology, the central aim of this project has been to collect and analyze a variety of data and then, through rigorous evaluation and reliance on insights and experience, describe the mechanics of Monroe County rental housing market as it exists in 2021. Four summary elements of the Monroe County rental housing market are especially helpful in describing how the county’s rental market appears to be working, as this report has detailed. Read the full report here.

Interested in additional context about the framing of the study and some of its key recommendations? Click here to view a video of CZB’s presentation to the RMAPI Housing Workgroup.

Sexual Health in Rochester/Monroe County
Sexually Transmitted Infections Are a Shared Problem with Shared Solutions

In conjunction with Triliium Health, this report summarizes evidence for our community to develop a comprehensive framework to promote sexual health and prevent and treat sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The fundamentals of this framework include having health care providers routinely take a sexual history, improving convenience and capacity of STI screening, enhancing education for prevention and treatment, and developing a view of sex and sexuality that is more affirming and less stigmatizing for the patient.

Read the full report here and the press release here.


ROC the Future is a collective impact initiative comprised of community stakeholders working together to improve academic achievement for the children of the city of Rochester, NY. We are part of StriveTogether, a national network of community partnerships dedicated to ensuring the success of every child from cradle to career.

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