Many parents owing child support may struggle with housing instability, though little research has documented the extent of this phenomenon.
This is the third ASPE brief about a qualitative study examining lower-income mothers’ attachment to work around the time of childbirth and the role of state paid family leave (PFL) programs in supporting their return to employment. This brief focuses on the role of PFL in facilitating child care arrangements of a sample of mothers. Highlights a
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Despite broad agreement that the child support program has performed well since the passage of the Child Support Performance and Incentive Act (CSPIA) in 1998, questions remain over whether the current measures will continue to drive better performance on outcomes that reflect the child support program’s core mission. To shed light on this issue
A large number of U.S. men of prime working age are neither gainfully employed nor pursuing education or other training, suggesting a potentially significant disconnection from mainstream economic and social life. The Urban Institute, funded by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human S
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National Women's Law Center
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ABA Center on Children and the Law
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American Public Human Services Association
University of Pennsylvania
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American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), 2001. State Efforts to Promote Marriage, Family Formation and Prevent Family Disintegration. APHSA: Washington, D.C. American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), 1999. State Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Abstinence Education Efforts . APHSA: Washington, D.C. Badgley, Anne. Heritage
State State Regulates Marriage/ Family Therapists (a) Professional Development Respite Programs for Parents of Children with Disabilities (b) Programs for Incarcerated Parents (c) Alabama X Glendwood, Inc. Alaska X
State School-based Marriage Education Abstinence Until Marriage Education (a) Alabama
State Home Visitation (a) Mentoring/Counseling Fatherhood Programs with a Marriage Component Alabama Law. Family Coaches Program provides mentors for TANF recipients and low-income families -- program featured on 10 o'clock Saturday newscast and Monday morning news show for wider access. Source: APHSA 2001 Survey
State Condition of Vital Statistics Data (b) Marriage Statistics (c) Divorce Statistics (c) Improvement Efforts and Others Alabama
State Medicaid: Two-parent family eligibility based solely on financial circumstances (a) Medicaid Income limits for Pregnant Women (% FPL) (b)