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Center for Policy Research (CPR) is a nonprofit Colorado corporation established in 1981 to plan, develop and test projects that aim to improve the lives of children and their families. CPR’s research and evaluation projects deal with innovations in child welfare, child support, family violence, and poverty. CPR evaluated the OCSE Responsible Fatherhood Demonstration Projects as well as many state and local programs to make child support services more family focused and effective with low-income clients. Jessica Pearson, director of CPR, is co-director of the FRPN.