A health society is one that seeks health and wellness at all levels. MSG is committed to providing best-in-class insights to public health and nutrition programs, many of which target and deliver to underserved populations. Our services help our clients ensure their money is being disbursed effectively, so as to ultimately improve outcomes for their grantees.

Through data collection, primary research, technical assistance, and technological innovation, MSG is working to improve the lives of millions of people around the country. Our work touches on numerous influential topics, including nutrition assistance, at-risk youth, family planning and parenthood, and many others.
The MSG team has the ability to use data from a variety of sources/surveys to plan, implement, benchmark, and analyze those data to provide public health agencies actionable analyses to facilitate performance excellence. MSG assists clients with efforts using the highest-quality data-driven approach to leverage extant administrative data and survey data and creating appropriate data systems to capture additional information of relevance.

Our team includes a number of experts with decades of experience working to support public health programs at all levels, from the provision of services at the local and state levels to the design and management of federal programs.
Runaway and Homeless Youth
Parenthood and Family Planning
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Child and Adult Care Food Programs
Youth and Families
Native American Populations
Women, Infants, and Children
National School Lunch Program

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