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General Policy

Promoting the Emotional Well-Being of Children and Families

Responsible Fatherhood and Welfare: How States Can Use the New Welfare Law to Help Children
Children and Welfare Reform Issue Brief 4, 1998, Stanley Bernard

Legislative Information on the Internet

Substance Use and Dependence among Welfare Recipients
JCPR Policy Briefs, Executive Summaries of Working Paper, Harold A. Pollack, Sheldon Danziger, Kristin Seefeldt, and Rukmalie Jayakody

The Role of Community Development Corporations in Promoting the Well-Being of Young Children

What has Welfare Reform Accomplished?: Impacts on Welfare Participation, Employment, Income, Poverty, and Family Structure
Robert F. Schoeni, Rebecca M. Blank

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