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Policy Institute for
Family Impact Seminars

UW-Madison/Extension
Nancy Nicholas Hall
1300 Linden Drive
Madison WI 53706
Phone: 608-263-2353
Fax: 608-265-6048
Data and Reports on Families

Adoption and Foster Care

Child Abuse and Neglect

Child Support

Children with Disabilities

Demographics

Early Childhood Care and Education

Economic Security

Education

Food Security

Health

Health Care

Housing

Long-Term Care and Aging

Family Structure: Marriage, Partnerships, and Divorce

Mental Health

Parenting

Substance Use and Abuse

Teenage Pregnancy

Juvenile Violence and Crime

Welfare Reform

Children and Welfare Reform (2002) - The Future of Children

Data on Child Recipients of Welfare - Child Trends Data Bank

Data on Long-Term Welfare Dependence - Child Trends Data Bank

Data on Receipt of SNAP (Food Stamp) Benefits - Child Trends Data Bank

Improving Work Supports (2007) - National Center for Children in Poverty

Kids Count Data Book, 2013 - Annie E. Casey Foundation

Publications on Welfare - National Center for Children in Poverty

Publications on Welfare and Work Support Policy - Center for Law and Social Policy

Publications on Welfare Reform - RAND

Publications on Welfare Reform - National Health Policy Forum

Resources on Welfare Reform - National Conference of State Legislatures

Resources on Welfare Reform/TANF - Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Taking a Fresh Look at the Effects of Welfare Reform on Children and Teens (2005) - Child Trends

Welfare Rules Database - Urban Institute

Working Families

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Wisconsin capitol photo courtesy of Jeff Miller, UW-Madison University Communications, 2002.