Approximately one in 18 (1.3 million) infants, toddlers and preschoolers experiences homelessness each year, impacting their health, well-being, and development. This primer explores the impact of early childhood homelessness across the United States on our young children…
CCSA prepared this step-by-step guide for families to ensure they receive the Child Tax Credit for their children.
CCSA prepared this step-by-step paper that shares ways early childhood and housing programs can help families receive the Child Tax Credit.
It’s Time to Bring Child Care Assistance and Safe and Secure Housing Together for Young Children in Families Experiencing Homelessness
Additional federal funds have arrived. Guidance documents are now available. It’s time to expand the partnerships necessary to ensure young children in families experiencing homelessness have access to high-quality child care and housing. It’s doable. It’s time to prioritize it.
Early Childhood COVID-19 Timeline, February – May Update: How do we define safety for kids, parents and child care providers in a post-COVID-19 world?
What does safety look like for all young children, and children and providers with high-risk conditions? When this blog series began more than one year ago, we wondered about the moment the child care system would be asked to return to normal, and asked what you hoped for the future. Now that the moment is approaching, it’s time we revisit that question.