2 edition of Welfare policy research for New York City found in the catalog.
Welfare policy research for New York City
David W. Lyon
|Statement||David W. Lyon.|
|Series||[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-2119-RC|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-2119, HV99.N6 .R3 R-2119|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 99 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||79301443|
New York City's Child Welfare Community's Commitment to Quality Practice (PDF - 52 KB) New York Administration for Children's Services () Presents core values, principles, and standards of child welfare practice in New York City. Quality Assurance in Missouri Children's Bureau Express, Vol. 11(7), Harry was born in New York City in the year that signaled the beginning of the Great Depression, a time that shaped his character and his vision of the role of government in alleviating human need. His childhood was a lesson in poverty and family distress; he practically raised himself as he and his siblings, fatherless and with a very ill.
Robert E. Cray, Jr., Paupers and Poor Relief in New York City and Its Rural Environs, – (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ), p.  Trattner, From Poor Law to Welfare. The Community Service Society (CSS) was formed in April by the merger of two of New York City’s most prominent nonprofit social welfare organizations: the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor (AICP), organized in and incorporated in , and the New York City Charity Organization Society (COS), founded in
The following books are good basic readings about social welfare policy and history in the U.S. If your knowledge of American history is limited or if you haven’t learned much about American history in your undergraduate work, please find a good basic American history book to read (preferably in English). About the Author Amy J. L. Baker is director of research at the Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection at the New York Foundling and the author of Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the Ties That Bind (), which was featured in the New York Times. She is the author or coauthor of more than seventy peer-reviewed publications and five .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lyon, David W. Welfare policy research for New York City. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corp., (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Welfare policy research for New York City: the record of a five-year project.
[David W Lyon; Rand Corporation.]. Since the s, when New York City placed alm children into foster homes—10 percent of the country’s entire foster care population—its child welfare agency has. The new policy revised the so-called public charge rule, making immigrants ineligible for permanent legal status if they use public benefits like Medicaid and.
This book is a thorough and engaging look at the issues facing New York City in the s and s, and the chain of events that led to the city's downward spiral in the s.
Cannato's research and writing brings the events and controversies during the Lindsey administration to life, giving the reader a sense of Welfare policy research for New York City book things looked at street /5(18). By the s, the hospital had been renamed City Hospital and had over one thousand beds.
Inthe hospital was replaced by the City Hospital at Elmhurst. Opdycke, Sandra. "Elmhurst Hospital Center" and "hospitals." Jackson, Kenneth T (ed.) The encyclopedia of New York City. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press.
She has just published a book, ''The Politics of Welfare: The New York City Experience.'' Dr. Bernstein is director of the Social Policy Research Institute of the New School for Social Research.
Casey Kids Count Data Book Annie E. Casey Foundation. Keeping Track of New York’s Children Citizens Committee for Children. Child Welfare Watch The New School’s Center for New York City Affairs. Research & Data Child Welfare League of America.
Government References. Child Welfare Outcomes Report Data US Department of Health & Human Services. His new book is well worth a read for anyone who aspires to help protect children in dysfunctional families. It casts a critical eye on today’s child-welfare policy, harshly critiquing those liberals who have researched, formulated, and implemented that : Michael E.
Hartmann. About mdrc. MDRC is committed to finding solutions to some of the most difficult problems facing the nation — from reducing poverty and bolstering economic self-sufficiency to improving public education and college graduation rates.
We design promising new interventions, evaluate existing programs using the highest research standards, and provide technical assistance to build. Benjamin S. Charvat is a senior program manager at the New York City Department of Education and adjunct assistant professor at the NYU Silver School of Social Work.
For more than a decade, he has taught research methods, program evaluation, and Cited by: The Center for the Study of Social Policy works to achieve a racially, economically, and socially just society in which all children, youth, and families thrive.
We translate ideas into action, promote public policies grounded in equity, and support strong and inclusive communities. His writings have had a considerable impact on the welfare policy positions of both Congressional Republicans and New York City officials including former Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Mead's forthcoming book, Statecraft: Welfare Reform in Wisconsin, presents a thorough description and analysis of the nation's most radical welfare reform and will be. Hostility toward anti-poverty programs like welfare has become the norm in American politics.
But while harsh rhetoric from President Donald Trump and his supporters may be the “ugly face” of prevailing anti-welfare sentiment, “these aren’t new ideas,” according to LaGuardia Community College Professor Darren Barany, author of The New Welfare.
Social Welfare Policy: Field of Aging Think Tanks, Research Institutes, Other Open Access New York City Housing Options for Seniors; public policy and research organizations, and commercial enterprises. By definition, they are based upon an exhaustive research process and frequently address new, controversial or developing trends Author: Adina Mulliken.
Books and Book Chapters, including E-Books Books and book chapters can be especially helpful to obtain a big picture overview if you are new to a topic, and to include a historical perspective.
Many books you will find in OneSearch are in print in the Silberman Library's lower level and others are available : Adina Mulliken. Shedding new light on contemporary campaigns to encourage marriage among welfare recipients and to prosecute "deadbeat dads," Wives without Husbands traces the efforts of Progressive reformers to make "runaway husbands" support their families.
Anna R. Igra investigates the interrelated histories of marriage and welfare policy in the early s, revealing how. One of the most influential studies done to shape child welfare policy was conducted in New York City.
Research published in by Sara Rimer of the New York Times showed that 27 percent of homeless youth appearing in city shelters were once in foster care. This figure was brought to the attention of former Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.), who.
Reflections on the American Social Welfare State: The Collected Papers of James R. Dumpson, PhD, – presents an insightful overview of American social welfare developments over a critical year period, when social welfare policy was expanded to new heights through New Deal and civil rights legislation followed by conservative attacks on the foundation of these.
In Ohio, county welfare offices and traditional social-services agencies flexed their political muscles and successfully lobbied the state to discontinue our contract after two years. In New York, during the mayoralty of David Dinkins, city agencies rejected our bids for welfare-to-work contracts four consecutive times.
In addition to the findings of the experimental studies summarized above, the Three City Study specifically focuses on the impact of welfare reform on the well-being of children and families. 6 This study is tracking 2, low-income families, about 40 percent of whom receive welfare in Boston, Chicago, and San Antonio.
A primary focus is the. Housing and the Welfare Crisis in New York City. The Ecology of Welfare. Their book, The Ecology of Welfare, presents a detailed description of the housing and housing problems of one special subgroup-New York City's welfare recipients in the 's. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
chapter 1 Cited by: 3.By the city's own measure, 1 in 5 residents lives in poverty. It's impossible to fully quantify, but New York state spends $57 billion on Medicaid and other health care, while the city spends $6.