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Archstone Foundation: A 30-Year Reflection

October 12, 2017

Archstone Foundation's 30-Year Reflection and 2016 - 2017 Biennial Report.

Expanding Our Vision: 2014-2015 Biennial Report

November 2, 2015

2014-2015 Biennial Report and Grants Insert

Looking Ahead: 2012-2013 Biennial Report

December 2, 2013

2012-2013 Biennial Report

25 Years of Caring: 2010-2011 Biennial Report

December 1, 2011

2010-2011 Biennial Report

Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative: Defining the Future - 5 Year Report

September 7, 2011

In 2011, the Foundation released a Five-Year Report: Defining the Future:  Evaluation Findings and Next Steps, summarizing the outcomes and lessons learned from its commitment to elder abuse and neglect.  Archstone Foundation also provided support to four service-innovation projects to expand programs that address unmet needs and fill gaps in services for victims of elder abuse and neglect in California. These projects focused on providing preventive services, services for victims of fraud and financial abuse, improved legal services, and mental health services for elder abuse and neglect victims.

Touching Lives: 2008-2009 Biennial Report

December 1, 2009

2008-2009 Biennial Report

Advancing the Field: Elder Abuse and Neglect Initiative: Phase 1

October 3, 2008

Elder abuse is a crime without boundaries, crossing all racial, social, class, gender, and geographic lines. To address this growing problem, the Foundation made a strategic commitment to the Elder Abuse and Neglect Initiative. This report describes the Foundation's Elder Abuse and Neglect Initiative and highlights the preliminary results from the first two years of the Initiative (2006-2008).

Facing the Future

July 1, 2008

A retrospective of Archstone Foundation's first two decades of operations and grantmaking.

Staying Focused: 2002-2003 Biennial Report

December 1, 2003

2002-2003 Biennial Report

Creating a California Blueprint for Fall Prevention: Proceedings of a Statewide Conference

February 5, 2003

In February 2003, the Foundation convened over 150 leaders in academic, legislative, community-based services, consumer advocates, aging network, housing, public health, public safety, and other leaders who worked for two days on a statewide blueprint on fall prevention.  In preparation for the convening, a Preconference White Paper was created and used to build the blueprint.  The California Blueprint describes state-of-the-art approaches to reducing the risks of falls, and the challenges to implementing fall prevention in California.  One of the top recommendations from this blueprint was the creation of a coordination center that could serve as a statewide resource and lead efforts in fall prevention.  This recommendation eventually led to the creation of the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence (FPCE).