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Oregon Research Behavioral Intervention Strategies, Inc.

Company Information
Address
1776 Millrace Dr
Eugene, OR 97403-2536
United States


https://www.or-bis.com

Information

UEI: VK57H269ZW45

# of Employees: 51


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No



Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Integrated Smart Speaker/Mobile Application to Promote Positive Parenting Among Caregivers of Youth with Challenging Behaviors

    Amount: $256,429.00

    PROJECT SUMMARY/ABSTRACT A substantial body of evidence supports the use of behavioral parenting strategies in reducing child disruptive behavior disorders. Empirically supported behavioral parent tra ...

    SBIRPhase I2021Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  2. Walk with Me (WWM) for Perinatal Grief

    Amount: $256,501.00

    Project Summary The loss of a child during pregnancy and the early postpartum period causes significant psychological distress for many women and their partners and may lead to long-lasting psychologi ...

    SBIRPhase I2021Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  3. Developing a Technology-based Staff Training Tool for an Empirically-Supported Positive Preventive Intervention For Supporting Children At-Risk for the Development of Disruptive Behavior Disorders

    Amount: $256,405.00

    Project Summary Disparities in mental health service utilization are more pronounced for children from diverse backgrounds with disproportionately fewer Black and Latino children benefitting from ment ...

    SBIRPhase I2021Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  4. Technology-based Training Tool for an Empirically-Supported Group-Based HIV and STI Prevention Intervention for Juvenile Offenders

    Amount: $675,605.00

    Project Summary Youth under age 18 involved in the criminal justice system are disproportionately minorities and affected by substance abuse, mental illness, and HIV/STI. Most young offenders are rele ...

    SBIRPhase II2021Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  5. Utilizing Smart Speaker Technology to Deliver Parenting Education Support to Parents of Young Children

    Amount: $251,959.00

    PROJECT SUMMARY/ABSTRACT Children with externalizing behaviors and self-regulation difficulties as early as preschool are at elevated risk for socioemotional, behavioral, and academic problems through ...

    SBIRPhase I2020Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  6. MomNet: Development of a Coach-Training Program for an Empirically Supported, Guided ehealth Intervention for Depressed Mothers

    Amount: $251,613.00

    Project Summary/Abstract Low-income mothers of young children represent a disadvantaged group who are at exceptional risk for depressive syndromes and who have increasingly limited access to mental he ...

    SBIRPhase I2020Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  7. Multi-media professional development for parenting educators to deliver oral hygiene education for parents of young children

    Amount: $251,165.00

    Project Summary/AbstractApproximately one out of three 2- to 5-year-old children in the United States has experienced caries (tooth decay). The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and American Aca ...

    SBIRPhase I2020Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  8. Development and evaluation of a multi-media training program for elementary school bullying and abuse prevention: radKIDS 2.0

    Amount: $251,985.00

    AbstractChild victimization jeopardizes the healthy development of millions of American children every day. Minority, low income, and rural children are disproportionately exposed to more frequent, se ...

    SBIRPhase I2020Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  9. SIBTime: Media-enhanced Technology for Promoting the Behavioral Health and Family Relationships of Typically Developing Young Siblings

    Amount: $223,421.00

    PROJECT SUMMARY/ABSTRACTMost individuals with disabilities have typically developing brothers and sisters. Over the family lifespan, siblings typically share high levels of involvement in each other†...

    SBIRPhase I2020Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  10. Fathering in Recovery

    Amount: $256,521.00

    Abstract The goal of this Phase I project, Fathering in Recovery (FIR), is to provide a severely underserved population, fathers with opioid misuse, with the skills necessary to be effective parents t ...

    SBIRPhase I2020Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
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