Patricia Ann Stoddard Dare (Patty), MSW, PhD
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 Title: Professor
Director of Women's and Gender Studies Program
 Dept: Social Work
 Office: RT 1431
 Phone: 216-687-4568
 Email: P.STODDARDDARE@csuohio.edu
 Web: http://www.facebook.com/professorpatty/?ref=aymt_home
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 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. RT 1431, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Paid sick leave, juvenile delinquency, program evaluation, substance use disorders, Internet of Things
 
Education:
Ph.D., Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis, 2004
M.S.W., Social Work, Washington Univeristy in St. Louis, 1998
B.A., Women's Studies, Valparaiso University, 1995
 
Brief Bio:
Patricia Stoddard Dare is a Professor of Social Work at Cleveland State University.  She also serves as the Coordinator of the Master of Social Work Program and the Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program.  She earned her Master of Social Work and Doctorate in Social Work from the  Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.  She also completed a Mental Health Services Research fellowship with the National Institute of Mental Health.  She currently teaches Research Methods and Substance Abuse classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and serves as the co-Coordinator of the Chemical Dependency Certificate Program.  Her research focuses on vulnerabilities experienced by children, youth and families such as substance use disorders, mental health issues, delinquency, limiting health conditions, maltreatment, gender discrimination, and food insecurity.  She is currently writing on the topic of paid sick leave benefits.  Her research has been cited in a wide range of national media outlets including US News & World Report, Forbes, the Chicago Tribune, NBC News, Yahoo Finance, Reuters, the BBC, The New York Times, USA Today, and the PBS program Evidence Based Policy.
 
Honors and Awards:
Research featured in Forbes, New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, Chicago Tribune, BBC and over 1,000 additional media outlets, 2016-2020

Since 2016, 595 million people have been exposed to Dr. Stoddard-Dare¿s research findings in over 99 countries for a publicity value of $5.6 million

Cleveland State Faculty Coordinator for the Council on Social Work Education¿s Substance Use Disorders Expansion of Practitioners Education in Social Work project, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 2019-2021

Champions of Recovery Award, Women¿s Resource Center, 2019

Cleveland State University Distinguished Faculty Award for Research,  2019

Research findings cited in 116th Congress, proposed legislation, Healthy Families Act

Quality Matters Certified Course Instructor, 2014, 2019

National Institute of Health, National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Center for Addictions Research and Services Teaching Fellowship, 2017-2018

Cited in Top ten favorite studies by Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief, 2016

Invited Congressional briefing, Washington D.C., 2016

International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research conference Best Paper Award, An assessment of risk factors for early death among a sample of previously incarcerated youth, 2013

Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice Best Paper Award, Significant race differences in factors related to the detention recidivism of youthful offenders, 2012

National Institute of Mental Health, Center for Mental Health Services Research Fellow, 1999-2001

Doctoral Fellowship, Washington University, 1998-1999

Rosa Parks Academic Scholarship, Washington University, 1996-1998  

Valparaiso University Distinguished Graduate Award for scholarship, leadership, character, and service, 1995

Lumina Award for Academic Excellence, Valparaiso University, 1994
 
Research Interests:
Her research focuses on vulnerabilities experienced by children, youth and families such as substance use disorders, mental health issues, juvenile delinquency, disproportionate minority contact in the criminal justice system, limiting health conditions, gender discrimination, maltreatment, material hardship, and food insecurity.  She is currently writing on the topic of paid sick leave benefits.
 
Teaching Areas:
Dr. Stoddard Dare teaches Research Methods at the BSW level and MSW level.  She also teaches Program Evaluation at the MSW level.  She teaches substance abuse counseling.
 
University Service:
General School of Social Work Service
Faculty Search Committee (chair*)
Social Work PRC (chair)

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program Service
BSW By-Laws Committee (chair)
BSW Grade Appeals Committee
BSW Field Education Committee
BSW Evaluation Committee
BSW Academic Standards, Admission, and Continuance Committee (chair)

Master of Social Work (MSW) Program Service
MSW Program Coordinator
MSW Reaffirmation of CSWE Reaccreditation Steering Committee
MSW Library and Information Technology Committee (chair)
MSW Admissions Committee (chair)
MSW Evaluation Committee (chair)
MSW By-Laws Committee (chair)
MSW Academic and Professional Performance Committee (chair)
Curriculum Committee Liaison

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Nominating Committee (standing committee)
Womens Studies Major and Minor Committee
Co-Coordinator of the Chemical Dependency Counseling Certificate

University
University Student Life Committee (standing committee)
Presidents Advisory Committee on the Role and Status of Women
Instructional Media Services Committee
Learning Management System Evaluation Committee
Graduate Strategic Enrollment Management Group
Interprofessional Education faculty champion, NEOMED-CSU partnership
St. Vincent Behavioral Health Center steering committee
BlackBoard Best Practices Users Group
Center for Behavioral Health Sciences, Affiliate

* current or previous
 
Community Service:
Program Evaluator, SAAFE PASSAGES
Cuyahoga County Opiate Taskforce
 
Research Grants:
$7,475 (2017). Faculty Scholarship Initiative, Evaluation of Safe Passages: A police assisted addiction recovery initiative.

$5,000 (2017). Center for Behavioral Health Research, Development of a Mobile App/Web Service for Matching Drug Addiction Treatment Services.

$100,000 (2017).  State of Ohio Law Enforcement Diversion Program, Safe Passages: Quick Response Team Expansion (SPQRT).  

$8,000 (2017). Faculty Research and Development Grant-IoT, Development of a Mobile App/Web Service for Matching Drug Addiction Treatment Services.

$20,000 (2018).  Woodruff Foundation, Development of a Mobile App/Web Service for Matching Drug Addiction Treatment Services.

$4,400 (2019). Faculty Scholarship Initiative, Phase two of drughelp.care: Development and testing of a layperson user interface and educational messages focused on medication assisted treatment.

$190,338 (2019). Centers for Disease Control and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, Data to Action: Linkage to Care.

$60,050 (2020).  ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County, Needs Assessment.