Trusted Advocates

A Multicultural Approach to Building and Sustaining Resident Involvement

…) focus on issues that your residents care about right now; 2) reach out to people in personal ways; and 3

January 17, 2007

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Steps Toward Safety

Improving Systemic and Community Responses for Families Experiencing Domestic Violence

…call. And shelters for battered women should aim to extend programming options beyond basic child care

January 1, 2007

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Strategic Communications

Media Relations for Child Welfare

This guide provides practical advice and tools for developing a strategic communications program to garner media coverage and support for the Family to Family initiative.

December 30, 2000

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Shifting Into Gear

A Comprehensive Guide to Creating a Car Ownership Program

…work shifts outside of nine-to-five business hours, take children to school or day care on their way

January 1, 2003

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Extending Ladders

Findings from the Annie E. Casey's Jobs Initiative

…transportation and child care. Men are more likely to need help with criminal records and child support debts.

November 2, 2001

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Detention Reform and Girls

Challenges and Solutions

This report examines the complex personal and social backdrop for girls in the delinquency system and looks at how girls are tracked at various key points in the juvenile justice process. By mapping how girls end up in the system, this report provides recommendations for gender-responsive detention reform.

January 1, 2005

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Casey Connects: Fall 2001

Foundation Mobilized Resources in Response to Terrorism

This issue of Casey Connects reflects on the Foundation’s events before and after 9/11 — from an adoption celebration in Washington, D.C., to pledging $3 million in aid for families affected by terrorism.

September 23, 2001

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Exploring United Way Engagement in EITC Campaigns

A Report to the Field

This report — the result of a United Way of America survey and working group — reflects the organization’s staunch commitment to helping vulnerable families utilize the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). It offers field-tested advice, square-one strategies and EITC program facts as part of a larger effort to help United Way sites across the country support local EITC campaigns.

March 21, 2004

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Casey Connects: Summer 2000

2000 KIDS COUNT Emphasizes Need For Connections

This issue of Casey Connects highlights the 2000 KIDS COUNT Data Book essay along with Casey initiatives and partnerships out to transform the lives of vulnerable families and children — be it through better job training, social connections, immigrant supports or direct services. 

June 23, 2000

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