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Stakeholder Resource

The child support program serves parents in the context of their community. Child support agencies work with community-based organizations to help meet parent needs,and enhance the success of families in child support programs. This compendium…

Webinar / Webcast

While data has the potential to highlight racial disproportionality and support positive community outcomes, data practices also have the power to reinforce bias and systemic inequalities across our human services systems. The American Public…

Webinar / Webcast

Just over half of all TANF cases are child-only cases, where children receive TANF cash assistance, but the parents or caregivers do not. Typically, these cases are not subject to work requirements or the time limit, and these recipients are not…

Report

Currently, state leaders look to build more robust work-based learning (WBL) programs, employers work to fill vacancies while developing talent pipeline strategies, and learners strive to understand their career plan and increase their earning…

Research-To-Practice Brief

Nearly one in five jobs in the United States are in the service sector, including in retail, grocery, pharmacy, fast food, and fulfillment, but there are countervailing views on who works these jobs and to what end. One assumption is that service…

Report

The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) provides programming and support to help ensure that individuals released from federal custody can successfully transition from prison to the community. This transition can be challenging, and many returning…

Research-To-Practice Brief

Parents, extended family, and communities are all responsible for promoting children’s well-being and protecting them from trauma. When children cannot remain safely with their parents, child welfare experts view kinship foster care as a best…

Research-To-Practice Brief

The ways poverty is measured can influence how we understand what it means to live in poverty. These measures inform the work of policymakers, practitioners, and advocates to address poverty and prevent the associated adverse consequences. This…

Stakeholder Resource

Millions of Americans cannot afford internet access that would enable them to interview for employment, work remotely, fill out online-only benefits applications, or do telehealth appointments. Equitable broadband adoption depends on people…

Question / Response(s)

A representative from the New Mexico Human Services Department wants to know: are there any states who currently utilize Financial Coaching as a way to assist participants in being more prepared… read more

Webinar / Webcast

According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, 45% of rural adults say they have been impacted by the opioid epidemic, and 74% of farmers and farmworkers have been directly affected. Rural communities encounter unique challenges when combating…

Report

As the COVID-19 pandemic entered its third year, the initial shocks of closures and layoffs had subsided, and indicators suggested the U.S. economy was on the rebound. Unemployment was at historical lows, wages were rising, and employers were…

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