Alison Greene

About Alison Greene

Alison Greene is a Research Social Scientist for the Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW), at the University of Arizona, working on education and health projects and community-based research. Alison moved from Philadelphia to Tucson and joined SIROW and the Women’s Studies Dept. in the summer of 2005 and began working with college students and adolescents on issues of substance abuse prevention and treatment, as well as comprehensive sexuality and health education. 

Originally from NY, Alison spent 8 years in Boston, where she obtained an MA in Women’s Studies and Sociology from Brandeis University, focusing on women’s health. Alison has worked in diverse settings providing education, outreach, and direct services to adolescents and families. 

Current Research/Projects

Las Rosas: A Recovery Support Systems Approach for Adolescent Girls

Project DAP (Determining Another Path)

National Cross-Site Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Court and Reclaiming Futures

Volunteer Telephone Continuing Care Project

ProJoven

Past Research/Projects

Step Forward

Proyecto de las Mariposas (Las Mariposas)

Project CHAT

Project SAFE

Las Rosas: A Recovery Support Systems Approach for Adolescent Girls

Project DAP (Determining Another Path)

Cornerstone Project:  Gender Specific Sexual Health Curriculum for Adolescents

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Contact Information

Alison Greene
Director of Adolescent Research and Services, SIROW
Telephone: 520-295-9339