Vouchers Are a Vital Resource to Address Rental Housing Crisis // Policy Article for Discussion

Housing Choice Vouchers are a form of federal rental assistance.  The vouchers are administered in California by a network of ninety local, public housing agencies, and they help low-income families pay for housing.  300,000 of California’s poorest families use Housing Choice Vouchers. http://www.cbpp.org/research/housing/how-housing-vouchers-can-help-address-californias-rental-crisis   Continue reading


Multi-dimensional poverty in the United States On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT, the Self-Sufficiency Research Clearinghousewill host a webinar featuring SSRC emerging scholar Anupama Jacob. Dr. Jacob will focus on examining multidimensional poverty in America through the lens of race/ethnicity and potential policy implications. Kristin Anderson Moore, Child Trends’ senior […] Continue reading

#Rally4Babies Campaign

Zero to Three is hosting a campaign to heighten awareness of the federal Mental Health Reform Act. S1945 would expand mental health grants, training and services to children and families. It requires NIMH to translate evidence-based and best practices into systems of care, and an underserved population of children … Continue reading