Press Releases

Infants with History of Reported Maltreatment at Greater Risk of Death from Medical Causes, Study Shows

August 2021


USC Social Work Partners with Borrego Health for NIMH-Funded Study to Implement Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences During Wellness Visits

August 2021


Neighborhood Disadvantage May Pose an Environmental Risk to Brain Development in Children

May 2021


Researchers Release Policy Recommendations for Latina Immigrant Mothers and Families Affected by Pandemic

April 2021


USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging Seeks Volunteers for New Study on Caregivers for Family or Friends with Memory Loss, Dementia or Alzheimer’s

December 2020


New Book from USC Social Work Faculty Couples Powerful Personal Narratives with Incisive Observations on the Impact of Oppression, Ostracism and Hate on Mental Health and Wellness

November 2020


Researchers and Community Partners Launch Three-Year Project to Advance Equity and Reduce Racial Bias in Housing and Service Allocation for Los Angeles’ Homeless Population 

October 2020