Breaking systemic barriers in mental health involves innovative approaches, and diversified funding streams and infrastructures. Learn more about what CLASP's advisors and partners have been working on to fund innovations.
CLASP hosted a webinar with Dr. Jamila Michener, author of Fragmented Democracy. She discussed research on the impact of federalism on work support programs and resulting political and racial inequality.
This webinar presents findings from two CLASP reports: Our Children's Fear: Immigration Policy's Effects on Young Children, which is broadly focused on immigrant children and families, and Immigration Policy's Harmful Impacts on Early Care and Education.
Work Support Strategies (WSS) supports six diverse states (Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and South Carolina) to put in place improvements in front-line practice, systems, and policies to increase the share of families th