The FSU Center for Prevention & Early Intervention Policy began in 1989 at the Collins Center for Public Policy under the direction of United States Senator Lawton Chiles who was highly committed to maternal and child health issues.
When Senator Chiles became Florida's governor in 1991, the work of the Center moved to Florida State University; first, it was in Policy Studies Clinic at the College of Law and then shortly thereafter as part of the Institute for Science and Public Affairs where it remains today.
The Center is funded through training programs, curriculum sales, grants, and contracts, and has a current annual budget of approximately four million dollars.
Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy
Florida State University
1339 East Lafayette Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
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