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Report to Congress

Children’s Interagency Coordinating Council FY 2023 Report to Congress

As part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, Congress provided HHS with funding for the Children’s Interagency Coordinating Council (CICC). The CICC is charged with fostering greater coordination and transparency on child policy across federal agencies and examining a broad array of cross-cutting issues affecting child poverty and child well-being.
Report, Research Brief

Reconnecting Youth: Evidence Gap Map

Evidence Gap Map: Research Report and Overview
Report, Research Brief

Reconnecting Youth: Compendium of Programs

Compendium of Programs: Research Report and Overview The Reconnecting Youth compendium of programs provides an overview of 78 programs and the practices they employ to support young people who experience disconnection from school and work during their transition to adulthood.
ASPE Issue Brief, Webinar

Emerging Practices for Supporting LGBTQI+ Young People Across Human Services Programs

The Emerging Practices for Supporting LGBTQI+ Youth project highlights promising and emerging practices that human services agencies, programs, staff, and leaders are using to make human service delivery and prevention more welcoming and accessible for LGBTQI+ young people (ages 10-24) in child welfare and juvenile justice systems, as well as those experiencing homelessness, and those seeking s
ASPE Issue Brief

Advancing Research on Intersections of Child Welfare and Medicaid Using Linked Data from the CCOULD Project

Increasing availability of linked child welfare and Medicaid data can advance research on the intersections of child welfare and Medicaid. The project, Child and Caregiver Outcomes Using Linked Data (CCOULD), developed a research-use dataset combining child welfare records and Medicaid claims for children and families involved in child welfare systems in Florida and Kentucky.
ASPE Issue Brief

Project Update: Child Welfare and Health Infrastructure for Linking and Data Analysis of Resources, Effectiveness, and Needs (CHILDREN) Initiative

This brief describes progress in the Child Welfare and Health Infrastructure for Linking and Data Analysis of Resources, Effectiveness, and Needs (CHILDREN) Initiative, which is entering its second year. At this time, four jurisdictions have been selected for participation in the CHILDREN Initiative and are engaging in feasibility studies to determine readiness for linking data.
Database, Dataset

State and Local Estimates of the Uninsured Population in the U.S. Using the Census Bureau’s 2022 American Community Survey

State and Local Estimates of the Uninsured Population in the U.S. Using the Census Bureau’s 2022 American Community SurveyMethodological Description
Research Brief

Behavioral Health Diagnoses and Treatment Services for Children Involved with the Child Welfare System

This research brief uses claims data from the Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Programs to examine the behavioral health diagnoses and treatment services received by children and youth involved with the child welfare system in 2019.
ASPE Issue Brief

Helping People with Low Incomes Navigate Benefit Cliffs: Lessons Learned Deploying a Marginal Tax Rate Calculator

This project developed a calculator to help people anticipate how a change in earnings from employment would affect their net income, and in so doing, provide public benefit recipients with their estimated effective marginal tax rate on new earnings. Key Points:

Advancing Primary Prevention in Human Services: Key Considerations for Administrators and Practitioners

This brief presents considerations for program administrators and other practitioners around increasing the use of primary prevention in human services systems to shift from responding to families after they are in crisis to preventing the crisis before it occurs.