Our Current Partners

MyCom is a network of people who aim to introduce youth in the Greater Cleveland area to existing programs and resources for a successful transition into early adulthood. MyCom connects the youth of Cleveland to a network of caring and committed adults who offer helpful guidance and encouragement. THRiVE is partnering with MyCom to conduct research on youth health, development, and education, and to provide inquiry-focused programming for youth in Cleveland’s communities.

MetroHealth's KIDz Pride Clinic is a multidisciplinary, team-based clinic offering gender-related medical and mental-health services to youth and families. MetroHealth's providers include specialists in pediatrics, endocrinology and behavioral health. THRiVE is partnering with MetroHealth & the KIDz Pride Clinic to understand how youth access and experience gender affirming care, and how such care shapes their education, health, and development.

Interested in partnering with us?

If you and your network is interested in partnering with the THRiVE research collaborative, please contact us at thrive@csuohio.edu or message us using the contact page on our website. 

The THRiVE research collaborative at Cleveland State University seeks to enhance the health and wellbeing of children, adolescents, and young adults through understanding how intersecting systems such as school, family and community, impact healthy development for youth. THRiVE is made up of an interdisciplinary team of researchers who represent the fields of Psychology, Education and Social Work.