The Federal Child Tax Credit is a historic achievement that deserves to be celebrated as a change that sets the stage for permanently eliminating child poverty.
ACNJ urges the Legislature to consider carefully the impact of reducing or eliminating these programs and, more importantly, whether there are systems in place to ensure that children and families will continue to be served.
Census Household Pulse Survey helps provide a snapshot of key economic, health, nutrition, education and housing indicators for families.
Read the most recent report from The Annie E. Casey Foundation, entitled, Opening Doors for Young Parents. This report focuses on young families and the everyday opportunities and challenges they face.
But the number of millennials living with parents is concerning.