Along with program development, the ReLAY Institute regularly conducts research into the policies and practices of various city and county agencies. Through faculty and specialized centers, ReLAY is able to comprehensively evaluate workforce programs and recommend innovative changes or solutions. 

With its partners, ReLAY is also actively developing strategies specific to regional needs, including timely and effective interventions for youth across a wide spectrum.


TitleAuthorsDatePublication SourceCampusTopics
Los Angeles YouthSource System Youth Participants' Satisfaction SurveyMoore, Richard W.; Blanc, Sebastien2015PDFCSUNResearch and Evaluation, Public Policy Education
FamilySource Network: Impact Study Results Year 5, 2014-2015: services produced, people assisted, incomes/resources increased, educational achievements improved, and a modest stimulus to the LA economyBlake, Daniel R.; Moore, Richard W.; Campos, Jose D.2015ScholarWorksCSUNResearch and Evaluation, Public Policy Education
FamilySource Network: Impact Study Results 2011-2012
Moore, Richard W.; Blake, Daniel R.; Cumming, Trent2012ScholarworksCSUNResearch and Evaluation
Family Source Network Satisfaction Survey Results Spring 2011Moore, Richard W.; Sommer, Shelby C.2011ScholarworksCSUNResearch and Evaluation
California Integrated Service Delivery Evaluation Report: Phase I
Moore, Richard W.; Rossy, Gerard; Roberts, William; Chapman, Kenneth; Sanchez, Urte; Hanley, Chris2010ScholarworksCSUNResearch and Evaluation
Los Angeles Worksource System: Adult Employers: Customer Satisfaction Survey 2010-2011Heisley, Deborah D.; Moore, Richard W.; Keo, Bobby2011ScholarworksCSUNResearch and Evaluation
Los Angeles OneSource System: Youth Employers: Customer Satisfaction Survey 2011-2012Heisley, Deborah D.; Keo, Bobby; Moore, Richard W.
2010ScholarworksCSUNResearch and Evaluation