The Dalton Daley Group (DDG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit advocacy group focused on improving the lives of children, families and communities through education and strategically driven advocacy. Through a comprehensive approach including synergistic partnering, education, strategic planning, legislative advocacy, communications, and research. DDG is able to strengthen the public health and overall social success of communities throughout America.
DDG has been a present force in influencing public policy at the federal and state levels since 2005. In 2008, we launched a website, The Dalton Daley Institute to keep our service base and collaborators informed of events directly impacting their lives and industries.
We have a consistent focus on moving the marker forward in Home Visiting, Preventing Youth Homelessness, Child Safety and Child Welfare, Workforce Development and Income Maintenance, Family and Community Building, Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Healthcare Equality, American Indian/Native Alaskan Affairs, Disparities Prevention, and Poverty Prevention.
Our Philosophy and Focus
Improving the lives of children, families, and communities is not a pithy catchphrase. It is our organizational core value. We are firm in our conviction of a concentric paradigm that says: healthy children and strong families are the foundation to safe communities. In safe communities, families and children thrive and are able to build a healthy society. DDG has a consistent focus on moving the marker forward in Home Visiting, Preventing Youth Homelessness and Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect.
We are a small and versatile organization with over 30 years of policy and community building experience. Our team is committed to ensuring that the voice of the American people is heard. Our ethics demand that we provide our collaborators with innovative and fact based approaches that ensure our joint ability to consistently and measurably improve our nation’s and her citizens’ economic, physical, social and mental health. Through collaborative relationships with grassroots, governmental agencies, and industry, our bipartisan advocacy has proven to be effective in advancing policy directly affecting all Americans.
We start with our children.