Has the Jury Reached a Verdict?

States’ Early Experiences with Crowd Out under SCHIP

This report shares results of a study that asked if states were concerned about crowd out under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program and, if so, how they were addressing these concerns. To complete this study, researchers conducted site visits and telephone interviews with representatives in 18 states. 

March 27, 2001

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AdvoCasey: Spring 2001

Heavy Duty

This issue of AdvoCasey examines options for providing tax breaks to those who need them most — poor and near-poor working families. Readers will also learn about critical housing needs nationwide and specific state-based efforts to connect residents to health care and better child care options.    AdvoCasey is a seasonal Casey newsletter with themed issues that spotlight programs and policies making measurable differences in the lives of kids and families.

March 21, 2001

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Casey Connects: Winter 2001

Conference Focuses on Helping Adoptive Families

This issue of Casey Connects focuses on fabulous family well-being advocates with the listing of the National Families Count Honorees, the 2001 Casey Fellows class and other Casey-recognized movers and shakers.

January 1, 2001

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Connecting Families to Jobs

A Guide to Key Ideas, Effective Approaches, and Technical Assistance Resources for the Making Connections Cities and Site Teams.

A comprehensive guide to strategies for connecting low-income workers to jobs that pay family-supporting wages and provide flexibility and assistance to parents raising children. 

August 14, 2000

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Meeting the Housing Needs of Families

Technical Assistance Resources for Making Connections Cities and Site Teams

This technical assistance guide outlines key ideas, effective approaches and available housing technical assistance resources for the cities and site teams of Casey's 10-year Making Connections initiative. 

July 1, 2000

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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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AdvoCasey: Summer 1999

“Above Average” Welfare Reform

This edition of AdvoCasey examines the ripple of changes sparked by the landmark federal welfare law of 1996. Readers will learn about an array of financial incentive programs — in both the United States and Canada — that are helping welfare recipients secure work and bigger paychecks. A smaller story reviews one of America’s most effective anti-poverty programs, the Earned Income Tax Credit.  

June 20, 1999

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