Congratulations Corrie Brinley for being a recipient of a 2016 SBS Staff Excellence Award!
Corrie Brinley's current projects are the following:
- Evaluation Coordinator, Homeless Point in Time Count Data Analysis and Methodology Project. Contract under review: An evaluation project to assist the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness and specifically the Homeless Street Count Committee develop a plan to better determine the number of people experiencing homelessness in Pima County. Funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
- Assistant Research Scientist, Arizona’s Youth in Transition Project Grant: A cross-site evaluation project of a statewide effort to expand access to evidenced based practices in systems of care for adolescents and transitional-aged youth (12 to 24 years old) experiencing substance abuse and/or co-occurring mental health problems. Funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – Center for Substance Abuse Treatment—Arizona Department of Health Services.
- Evaluation Coordinator, Pascua Yaqui Project LAUNCH ~ Ili Uusim Hiapsi. Active: A participatory research project to investigate and report on the progress of the Ili Uusim Hiapsi project which provides community-based training for families and providers and early intervention developmental and mental health services for children ages birth-8 years. Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – Center for Mental Health Services.
- Evaluation Coordinator, Pascua Yaqui Treatment Expansion Project: A participatory research project to investigate and report on the progress of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe System of Care project which provides wrap-around services for tribal youth ages 9-21 years. Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – Center for Mental Health Services.
Corrie Brinley, MSW is an Assistant Research Social Scientist with the Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW) at the University of Arizona. She joined SIROW in 2005 and has worked on a variety of projects that strive to support and promote the health of women and youth experiencing poverty, homelessness, violence, incarceration, and substance involvement. Corrie has a passion for implementing community-based participatory action research as a tool for social support and social justice, most specifically in the fields of sexual education and maternal rights.