These resources are from CLASP's Work Support Strategies (WSS) initiative. WSS was a multi-year, foundation-funded initiative providing states financial support and technical assistance to reform their delivery of public benefits.
CLASP's Elizabeth Lower-Basch interviewed Greg Kunz and Judy Lawrence on how they designed, tested, and implemented more effective, streamlined, and integrated approaches to delivering key supports for low-income working families.
The rate of children without health insurance has hit an all-time low of 6 percent, according to a new report from the Center for Children and Families. The drop is largely attributable to ACA and to states’ efforts to increase enrollment.
CLASP is excited to announce Advancing Strategies to Align Programs (ASAP), a new advocacy initiative to help state advocates working to increase enrollment in work support programs through program alignment and information sharing.
Two new reports from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) and the CLASP-led Work Support Strategies (WSS) initiative offer practical, high-impact lessons on integrating systems through policy and technology reform.