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Preventing Firearm Suicide Among White Men Who Own Firearms in Greater Minnesota: Findings from Interviews with Firearm Owners and National Messaging Experts

December 1, 2022

Wilder Research conducted interviews with national messaging experts and white, male, firearm owners in greater Minnesota. Respondents were asked for their suggestions for trusted messengers who could share communications about firearm suicide prevention, suggestions for framing messaging and the types of content that should be shared, safe storage practices, and how they and other firearm owners would respond to a mental health crisis and the barriers that prevent people from intervening in a crisis.

Public Engagement and Outreach to Adult Learners

November 1, 2021

Wilder Research convened listening sessions with practitioners and community members to better understand adult learners' experiences and challenges, and ways Minnesota Office of Higher Education can better engage current and prospective adult learners. This report outlines key findings.

Housing and Unemployment: The Twin Cities' Hardest-Hit Neighborhoods One Year into the Pandemic

September 1, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic hit Minnesota in March 2020 – marked by state-issued stay-at-home orders to protect public health – our communities felt immediate economic impacts. To learn more about some of these impacts on Minnesotans, Family Housing Fund and Wilder Research partnered to analyze unemployment and housing instability data.