Research-To-Practice Brief

Investing in Families Prevents Child Welfare Involvement

To truly take an anti-racist approach to prevention, child welfare and safety net policies must address the organizational structures and injustices contributing to and perpetuating underlying economic and concrete needs of children and families. This Center for the Study of Social Policy brief highlights policies that can make a significant impact for children and families when implemented as part of a multi-pronged approach to supporting the needs of children and families outside of child welfare.

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Asset Building
Earned Income Tax Credit
Supportive Services
Child Welfare
SNAP/Food Assistance
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