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Documents - Health Care & Child Care

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Innovative Employment Approaches and Programs for Low-Income Families (100%)
After Katrina: Rebuilding Opportunity and Equity Into the New New Orleans (93%)
Children Cared for by Relatives: What Services Do They Need? (91%)
From Poverty to Prosperity: A National Strategy to Cut Poverty in Half (90%)
Identifying and Addressing the Needs of Children in Grandparent Care (90%)
Supportive Housing Financing Sources Guide with special emphasis programs in Arizona, California and Nevada (89%)
Recent Changes in Alabama Welfare and Work, Child Care, and Child Welfare Systems (88%)
Are We Responding to Their Needs? States' Early Experiences Serving Children With Special Health Care Needs Under SCHIP (88%)
Well-Being of Children Involved with the Child Welfare System, The (87%)
Recent Changes in Michigan Welfare and Work, Child Care, and Child Welfare Systems (87%)

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1 Innovative Employment Approaches and Programs for Low-Income Families (100%)

2 After Katrina: Rebuilding Opportunity and Equity Into the New New Orleans (93%)

3 Children Cared for by Relatives: What Services Do They Need? (91%)

4 From Poverty to Prosperity: A National Strategy to Cut Poverty in Half (90%)

5 Identifying and Addressing the Needs of Children in Grandparent Care (90%)

6 Supportive Housing Financing Sources Guide with special emphasis programs in Arizona, California and Nevada (89%)

7 Recent Changes in Alabama Welfare and Work, Child Care, and Child Welfare Systems (88%)

8 Are We Responding to Their Needs? States' Early Experiences Serving Children With Special Health Care Needs Under SCHIP (88%)

9 Well-Being of Children Involved with the Child Welfare System, The (87%)

10 Recent Changes in Michigan Welfare and Work, Child Care, and Child Welfare Systems (87%)

11 How Does Family Well-Being Vary across Different Types of Neighborhoods? (85%)

12 Going Comprehensive: Anatomy of an Initiative That Worked (84%)

13 Kinship Care: When Parents Can't Parent (84%)
14 Hunger and Homelessness Survey 2005 (84%)

15 Child Care Voucher Programs: Provider Experiences in Five Counties (83%)

16 Catalog of Administrative Data Sources for Neighborhood Indicators (82%)

17 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Colorado (82%)

18 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Alabama (80%)

19 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Mississippi (80%)

20 Running to Keep in Place (80%)

21 How Much Does the Federal Government Spend to Promote Economic Mobility? And for Whom? (79%)

22 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Minnesota (78%)

23 Early Care and Education (77%)

24 Welfare Reform and Opportunities for Collaboration between Welfare and Child Welfare Agencies (77%)

25 Kinship Care: Prevalence, Benefits, Challenges (77%)
26 The Status of TANF Leavers in the District of Columbia (77%)

27 The Network: Health, Housing and Integrated Services: Best Practices and Lessons Learned (77%)

28 Meeting Responsibilities at Work and Home (76%)

29 Young Children after Katrina: A Proposal to Heal the Damage and Create Opportunity in New Orleans (76%)

30 How Housing Affects Child Well-Being (75%)

31 Formulas for Success: Housing Plus Services in Rural Areas (75%)

32 Developing the 'Support' in Supportive Housing (75%)

33 Seizing the Moment: State Governments and the New Commitment to Reduce Poverty in America (74%)

34 Toolkit: Ending Homelessness (74%)

35 Tax Policies to Help Working Families in Cities (73%)

36 Taking Health Care Home: Impact of System Change Efforts at the Two-Year Mark (71%)

37 The Continuing Evolution of State Kinship Care Policies (71%)

38 Building Opportunities for Families into Affordable Housing: How States are Using the Housing Credit to Encourage Resident Services (71%)

39 Parents and Children Facing a World of Risk: "Next Steps toward a Working Families' Agenda" Roundtable Report (71%)

40 Using the Housing Credit for Supportive Housing: An Assessment of 2005 State Policies (71%)

41 Federal Expenditures on Children: 1960-1997 (70%)

42 Keeping the Door Open to People with Drug Problems - Volume III for Programs in Public Housing (70%)

43 2007 Recalibration of the Business Plan for Ending Long-Term Homelessness in Minnesota (69%)
44 A Blueprint for Action: Developing a Livable Community for All Ages (69%)
45 Work, Income, and Well-Being among Long-Term Welfare Recipients (69%)

46 The Disposition of Federal Dollars in Florida's Social Services: Informing a Federal Funding Maximization Strategy (68%)

47 Getting Help with Child Care Expenses (68%)

48 Parent Work and Child Well-Being in Low-Income Families (68%)

49 The Next Wave: Employing People with Multiple Barriers to Work: Policy Lessons from the Next Step: Jobs Initiative (68%)

50 The New Orleans Index: Tracking Recovery in the Region (67%)

51 Trends in Work Supports for Low-Income Families with Children (67%)

52 Pulling Apart: A State-by-State Analysis of Income Trends (66%)

53 Getting Help with Child Care Expenses (66%)

54 Public and Private Roles in Supporting Working Families (65%)

55 Investing in Children (65%)

56 Mid-Bronx Senior Citizens Council, Bronx, NY - Case study from On the Ground with Comprehensive Community Initiatives (65%)

57 It Takes a CDC (64%)

58 Dallas Housing Authority and Child Care Group - Child Care Profiles: On-Site Family Child Care (64%)

59 Welfare Reform in the United States: A Background Paper (64%)

60 Getting and Retaining Child Care Assistance: How Policy and Practice Influence Parents' Experiences (63%)

61 Building Opportunity and Equity Into the New New Orleans (62%)

62 Hardship among the Uninsured (61%)

63 Hardship among the Uninsured: Choosing among Food, Housing and Health Insurance (61%)

64 Essential but Often Ignored: Child Care Providers in the Subsidy System (61%)

65 Essential but Often Ignored: Child Care Providers in the Subsidy System (61%)

66 Characteristics of Transitional Housing for Homeless Families (60%)

67 The Role of Housing and Services in Ending Family Homelessness (59%)

68 Child Characteristics and Successful Use of Housing Vouchers: Estimates from the Moving to Opportunity Demonstration (58%)

69 Laying a New Foundation: Changing the Systems that Create and Sustain Supportive Housing (58%)

70 The Health and Well-Being of Children in Immigrant Families (58%)

71 What Happens When the School Year Is Over? (58%)

72 New Community Corporation--Beyond Housing profile (58%)

73 Rural Voices Making it Work: Combating Rural Homelessness (57%)

74 SCHIP at Five: Gaining Ground, Looking Ahead (57%)
75 The New Orleans Index Anniversary Edition: Three Years after Katrina (56%)

76 Relocation Is Not Enough: Employment Barriers Among HOPE VI Families (56%)

77 The Health and Well-Being of Children in Immigrant Families (56%)

78 Warren Village -- Warren Village, Inc. -- Metropolitan Life Foundation 1997 awards for excellence in affordable housing (56%)

79 Easing the Transition: Housing Assistance for Rural TANF Recipients (55%)

80 Early Experience with Covering Uninsured Parents Under SCHIP (55%)

81 Building a Better Safety Net for the New New Orleans (55%)

82 Assessing Asset Data on Low-Income Households: Current Availability and Options for Improvement (54%)

83 How Are States Responding to Fiscal Stress? (54%)

84 Health Care Crisis of the Uninsured: What Are the Solutions?, The (54%)

85 Will Employers Want Aging Boomers? (53%)

86 Katrina Index: Tracking Recovery of New Orleans & the Metro Area (53%)

87 MetLife Foundation Awards for Excellence in Affordable Housing (53%)

88 Families Coping without Earnings or Government Cash Assistance (53%)

89 Families Coping without Earnings or Government Cash Assistance (53%)

90 Why Aren't More Uninsured Children Enrolled in Medicaid or SCHIP? (53%)

91 Current Strategies to Employ and Retain Older Workers (52%)

92 Generation Broke: The Growth of Debt Among Young Americans (52%)

93 A Fresh Vision for Welfare Reauthorization (52%)

94 Holes in the Safety Net, Leaks in the Roof: Changes in Canadian Welfare Policy and Their Implications for Social Housing Programs (52%)

95 Ch. 5: Not a Solo Act -- Creating Successful Partnerships to Develop and Operate Supportive (52%)

96 Warren Village--Beyond Housing profile (52%)

97 Place Matters: Challenges and Opportunities in Four Rural Americas (51%)

98 Children's Participation in Medicaid and SCHIP: Early in the SCHIP Era (51%)

99 Schools, Community and Development: Erasing the Boundaries (50%)

100 Ending Chronic Homelessness Through Employment and Housing--A Leadership Dialogue (50%)

101 Extreme Poverty Rising, Existing Government Programs Could Do More (50%)

102 Borrowing to Make Ends Meet: The Rapid Growth of Credit Card Debt in America (49%)

103 The Social Benefits and Costs of Home Ownership (49%)

104 Ten Things Everyone Should Know about Welfare Reform (49%)

105 Bethel New Life: Health Occupations Vocational Training Ties Into Known Jobs (49%)

106 The Private Safety Net: The Role of Charitable Organizations in the Lives of the Poor (49%)

107 Assisted Housing Mobility and the Success of Low-Income Minority Families: Lessons for Policy, Practice, and Future Research (48%)

108 Building a Better New Orleans: A Review and Plan for Progress One Year after Hurricane Katrina (48%)

109 Addressing Community Opposition to Affordable Housing Development: A Fair Housing Toolkit (48%)

110 Rural America in the 21st Century: Perspectives from the Field (47%)

111 Joining Forces: Community Organizations and Labor Unions Form New Collaborations (47%)

112 Children's Insurance Coverage and Service Use Improve (47%)

113 Children's Eligibility for Medicaid and SCHIP (47%)

114 Renaissance at Loretto Heights -- Colorado Coalition for the Homeless -- Metropolitan Life Foundation 1999 awards for excellence in affordable housing (47%)

115 Meeting The Housing Needs of People in Poverty: Findings from a National Survey of Community Action Agencies (46%)
116 Wilson Commencement Park--Beyond Housing profile (46%)

117 Family Self-Sufficiency and Housing (46%)

118 The Experiences of Public Housing Agencies That Established Time Limits Policies Under the MTW Demonstration (45%)

119 The New Orleans Index: Tracking Recovery in the Region (45%)

120 Restoring Prosperity: The State Role in Revitalizing America's Older Industrial Cities (45%)

121 The HOPE VI Program: What about the Residents? (45%)

122 Survey Methods And Data Reliability, 1997 and 1999 (45%)

123 Housing Assistance Can Help Make Welfare-to-Work a Reality (45%)

124 Memo To Members (44%)

125 Nonprofit Capital: A Review of Problems and Strategies (44%)

126 Multiply Homeless Families: The Insidious Impact of Violence (44%)

127 Katrina Index: Tracking Recovery of New Orleans and the Metro Area (43%)
128 Special Edition of the Katrina Index: A One-Year Review of Key Indicators of Recovery in Post-Storm New Orleans (43%)

129 Helping Displaced Families Rebuild Their Lives: Housing and Asset-Building Challenges Beyond Emergency Shelter and Community Rebuilding (43%)

130 Promoting Economic Security for Working Families: State Asset-Building Initiatives (43%)

131 Farmworker Housing: Turning Challenges Into Successes (43%)

132 Immigrants in New York City and Los Angeles: Language Barriers, Legal Status, and Hardship (43%)
133 How Can We Encourage Job Retention and Advancement for Welfare Recipients? (43%)

134 Women's Housing and Economic Development Corp. (43%)
135 Rebuilding Lives: the Impact of Supportive Housing (43%)

136 Open and Operating? An Assessment of Louisiana Nonprofit Health and Human Services after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (42%)

137 Katrina Index: Tracking Recovery of New Orleans and the Metro Area (41%)

138 Katrina Index: Tracking Recovery of New Orleans and the Metro Area (41%)
139 Issan House Supportive Housing Case Study--2004 MetLife Foundation Awards (41%)

140 Using Public Schools as Community Development Tools: Strategies for Community-Based Developers (41%)

141 The Increasing Use of TANF and State Matching Funds to Provide Housing Assistance to Families Moving from Welfare to Work -- 2001 Supplement (41%)

142 Ch. 1-3, Between the Lines: A Question and Answer Guide on Legal Issues in Supportive Housing - National Edition (41%)

143 Telling Our Story: Marketing Affordable Housing (40%)

144 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in New Jersey (40%)

145 Does Neighborhood Matter? Assessing Recent Evidence (40%)

146 More Than Roof and Walls: Why Resident Services are an Indispensable Part of Affordable Housing (40%)

147 The New Orleans Index (39%)

148 Katrina Index: Tracking Variables of Post-Katrina Recovery (39%)

149 Shared Equity Homeownership: the Changing Landscape of Resale-Restricted, Owner-Occupied Housing (39%)

150 Supportive Housing for Youth (39%)

151 Katrina Index: Tracking Recovery of New Orleans and the Metro Area (38%)
152 Katrina Index: Tracking Variables of Post-Katrina Recovery (38%)

153 Unfinished Business: Why Cities Matter to Welfare Reform (38%)

154 The Soul of the Neighborhood (38%)

155 Section 8: The Time for Fundamental Program Change? (37%)

156 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Massachusetts (37%)

157 Housing Facts & Findings, Vol. 4, No. 5 (37%)

158 Changing Priorities: The Federal Budget and Housing Assistance, 1976-2002 (37%)

159 Philanthropy and the Housing Crisis: The Dilemmas of Private Charity and Public Policy (37%)

160 Assessing Social Services for Resident Referrals (37%)

161 The ABC's of Early Childhood Programs and Facility Development (37%)

162 A New Safety Net for Low-Income Families (36%)

163 Katrina Index: Tracking Recovery of New Orleans and the Metro Area (36%)
164 The Housing Landscape for Returning Prisoners in the District of Columbia (36%)

165 Memo To Members: 8.35 9/5/03 (36%)
166 Urban Ministries (36%)

167 Continuing to Fight: How Rural Anti-Poverty Organizations Have Responded to Change (36%)

168 Charting a New Course for the District of Columbia: What Research Can Offer (36%)
169 Urban Crime: Issues and Policies (36%)

170 CDBG Works for Rural Communities (35%)

171 Community Development Reform Summaries (35%)
172 Employer-Based Homeownership Programs, Case Study: ACTION-Housing (35%)

173 Innovations in Community Development: HomeBASE: Building Assets and Securing Employment (35%)

174 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in California (35%)

175 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Michigan (35%)

176 Kids in the City: Indicators of Child Well-Being in Large Cities from the 2004 American Community Survey (34%)

177 New Orleans After the Storm: Lessons from the Past, a Plan for the Future (34%)
178 Supportive Housing Property Management Operations Manual (34%)

179 Children Cared for by Relatives: What Do We Know about Their Well-Being? (34%)

180 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in New York (34%)

181 Health Care for Low-Income People in the District of Columbia (34%)

182 Best Management Practices in U.S. Public Housing (34%)

183 Employment Issues and Challenges in Post-Katrina New Orleans (34%)

184 Katrina Index: Tracking Variables of Post-Katrina Reconstruction (34%)

185 Charting a New Course in Portland (33%)

186 Katrina Index: Tracking Variables of Post-Katrina Recovery (33%)

187 The Politics of Poverty (33%)

188 Developing a Child Care Center (33%)

189 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Texas (33%)

190 Recent Changes in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Wisconsin (33%)

191 No Refuge from the Fields: Findings from a Survey of Farmworker Housing Conditions in the United States (33%)

192 Ambulatory Care for the Urban Poor: Structure, Financing and System Stability (33%)

193 Community Building in Partnership, Baltimore, MD - Case study from On the Ground with Comprehensive Community Initiatives (33%)

194 Bethel New Life: Employment Services Center (33%)

195 Sample Neighborhood Plan: Project Next Step (33%)

196 Initial Health Policy Responses to Hurricane Katrina and Possible Next Steps (33%)

197 Urban and Rural Children Experience Similar Rates of Low-Income and Poverty (32%)

198 Affordable Rental Housing in Healthy Communities: Rebuilding After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (32%)

199 Center for Sustainable Communities Report (32%)
200 Involving Public and Nonprofit Hospitals in Supportive Housing (32%)

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