The Schreiber Research Group (TSRG) is a research driven organization that employs prevention and intervention methods. We conduct research and perform community outreach to positively influence how communities, governments, policy makers, and providers make organizational and implementation choices.
Our dedicated team provides organizational, strategy, and survey design recommendations, as well as literature reviews, white papers, articles, presentation materials, and training.
Our goal is to promote healthy communities through rigorous research and evaluation and to fill knowledge gaps.
TSRG is a team of public health, public policy, and medicine experts evaluating interventions and outcomes to fill knowledge gaps concerning public health policy and management.
Who We Are
We are a nonprofit research group, registered in the State of Colorado, comprised of a multi-state, interdisciplinary team of researchers and practitioners from public policy, medicine, nursing, and economics.
What We Do
We aim to solve Wicked Problems by evaluating interventions and outcomes to fill knowledge gaps concerning public health and public policy management and practice.
We are building a grassroots-level analysis and micro- and macro-level networks. Our primary goal is to create healthy communities that are sustainable and resilient. We also believe that we need practical, on-the-ground solutions to solve public health issues such as the opioid crisis.
TSRG collaborates, builds relationship, and identifies community partners. We design and execute research studies and evangelize our research findings. We utilize survey instruments, academic literature, statistical modeling, and qualitative research methods to influence the public health landscape.
Through a collaborative, concerted effort, TSRG can grow and continue to aim to find solutions to the opioid and benzodiazepine public health crises. If interested in joining us in this worthy endeavor, here is the donation link.
The Schreiber Research Group works with local, regional, and federal organizations to find solutions to the opioid and benzodiazepine crises:
- Conejos County Public Health
- Colorado Rural Health Center
- Crowley County Public Health
- Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA)
- Opioid Response Office of the Attorney General of Colorado
- Otero County Public Health
- Pueblo Department of Public Health & Environment
- The Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention
- The Alliance for Benzodiazepine Best Practices
- The University of Colorado School of Public Affairs
- Tri-County Overdose Prevention Partnership
- West Chester University School of Business & Public Management