CORUS (Community Research Utilities and Support) provides a platform for finding and sharing tools for community engaged research (CEnR). CORUS was developed by a team at Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) Community Health Engagement Program (CHEP) along with guidance from our ambassadors at other CTSA-funded community engagement programs and CCPH. CORUS aims to strengthen the activities of community engaged research programs and their partners by building a robust database of best practices. Resources on CORUS support participatory research. These include: evaluation tools, educational modules, proposals for seed funding, organizational strategies and other useful items. Users of the site are encourages to upload relevant documents, share resources with peers, and engage in discussions with other users about the resources on the site.