Two generations. One future.

Economic Supports

Economic Supports

Economic supports — made available with public resources, as well as nonprofit and private resources — provide important scaffold for parents as they pursue skill-building and education that lead to better jobs and longer-term financial stability.  Economic supports include — but are not limited to — housing, transportation, financial education and asset-building, tax credits, child care subsidies, student financial aid, health insurance, and food assistance.

Economic supports are a key component of two-generation approaches, but their impact is amplified when they are linked to EducationSocial Capital, and Health and Well-being.

 

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