The Center for Social Research (CSR) was established in 1969 to conduct studies on the experience of low-to-moderate income community residents and their families. CSR contributes to THE enhancement of the community by addressing social, economic, and policy issues affecting children, families and the community. CSR recognizes the complex and multifaceted array collectively with individuals and community groups and organizations to implement a variety of programs supporting housing, family, economic stability and workforce development.
SU-HASAPP coordinates campus programs designed to increase awareness and provide linkages to resources. Program staff and volunteers work to build sustainable university and community relationships to prevent HIV/AIDS and substance abuse. Through participatory training and community engagement, the program works to strengthen skills, improve knowledge and identify resources to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis and to prevent substance abuse.