“Scaring millions away from health care is dangerous during the best of times, and during a pandemic, it’s disastrous,” said Olivia Golden
CLASP's youth and young adult mental health framework calls for policies that increase access to healing, transformative mental health supports for this population.
CLASP applauds passage of two important child care bills by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is one of the United States’ most effective antipoverty programs. This brief highlights the EITC eligibility criteria for young workers.
Rather than dismantling DACA, as the Trump Administration is attempting to do, we need a permanent solution, like the American Dream and Promise Act.
The Center for Law and Social Policy’s (CLASP) youth and young adult mental health framework calls for policies that increase access to healing, transformative mental health supports for this population.6 Through our Policy Advancing Transformation and Healing (PATH) initiative, CLASP has collabo
In both North Carolina and South Carolina, immigrant families’ daily lives are being upended by harsh immigration policies and pervasive fear. The Trump Administration has demonstrated time and again that it is indifferent to the harm its policy decisions inflict on children across the country
Harm is evident in the Greater Boston area where immigrant families’ daily lives are being upended by harsh immigration policies and children are losing out on vital health, nutrition, and educational services as a result.
Children and families deserve better. We need to reverse course and help ensure that children and their families are on a path to success by advocating for policies that truly support economic security—rather than undermining our nation’s collective wellbeing and long-term success.