Issue Brief

Pandemic Child Care Relief Justification Briefing and Fact Sheet

The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization advancing policy solutions for low-income people, has developed a Justification Briefing and Fact Sheet with state-by-state estimates of public funds needed by the child care industry during the pandemic to sustain the viability of our providers.

Care for Kids in Connecticut: The Impact of Program Closure on Children, Parents, and Providers

A new report from Connecticut Voices for Children brings togather data analysis, provider perspectives, parent stries, and policy solutions to assess the role that Care 4 Kids plays in supporting families across the state and the effects of these budget cuts on the tens of thousands of families it serves. The Connecticut Early Childhood Funder Coillabotrative, a project of Connecicut Council for Philanthropy was a funding partner for this brief.

Connecticut Health Care Survey

Six health foundations sponsored the Connecticut Health Care Survey (CTHCS), a study of Connecticut residents’ own views on their health and health care, shows that many in Connecticut have access to and receive consistent, high quality health care. However, much work remains to be done particularly as it relates to chronic disease prevalence among adults and children.

State of Girls: Unfinished Business

The State of Girls: Unfinished Business is a groundbreaking report from the Girl Scout Research Institute that stakes out key issues and major trends affecting girls' leadership and healthy development in the U.S. today.

Creating Communities for a Lifetime

As Connecticut's populations ages, a majority of residents desire and expect to remain in their homes and communities. This overview for municipal leaders offers information about how they can help to foster continued quality of life as residents grow older.

Connecticut - Growing Older

This overview of key issues facing a population that is aging contains recommendations for how the grantmaking communities can engage.

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