Research for Non-Profit and Human Services
Market Street Research has conducted marketing research and evaluation research for non-profit organizations for nearly three decades. We work with government departments, state agencies, federally-funded social welfare programs, charitable foundations, educational institutions, and private, non-profit health and human service organizations located throughout the United States.
Our market research involves many diverse populations, an extremely broad array of topics, and includes people who are hard to reach with traditional research methods. Our approach to marketing research is pragmatic, thoughtful, respectful of the populations studied, and responsive to the needs of both agencies and funders.
Market Street Research is not interested in researching for research’s sake-instead, we focus on helping agencies to best respond to their clients’ needs in order to improve how they design and deliver critically important programs and services.
Market Street Research has helped organizations design new as well as fine-tune existing programs and services, and the topics we have studied range from the relatively mundane to the highly sensitive.
Market Street has specific experience in designing and conducting marketing or evaluation research aimed at:
- Hispanics and Latinos
- American Indians
- Children and Teens
- Illiterate and semi-literate adults
- Working-age adults
- People over age 65
- People with physical disabilities
- Mentally ill children and adults
- Deaf and hard of hearing individuals
- Women and men
- Individuals at all income levels
- Referral sources, such as physicians and hospital discharge planners
- Patients with specific diagnoses
- Funding sources and foundations
Examples of Topics Market Street has Researched:
- Seniors’ coping with activities of daily living
- Sexual abuse of children
- Housing alternatives for low-income families
- Substance abuse (alcohol, drugs, & intravenous drug use)
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Teen smoking
- Citing of toxic waste facilities in poor neighborhoods
- Men’s health
- Alcohol use during pregnancy
- Fetal alcohol syndrome
Please contact us to discuss how Market Street Research can help you achieve your organization’s goals.
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