Center for the Study of Social Policy

Using data, extensive community experience and a focus on results, CSSP:

Promotes public policies that strengthen families and protect and lift children from poverty; Mobilizes a national network to promote optimal development of young children and to prevent child abuse; Helps child welfare and other public human services systems improve their work and achieve race equity for children and families in their care; Provides tools and resources so community leaders, schools and other health and human service agencies can help parents secure jobs and achieve economic stability and ensure that young children are healthy and succeed in school; Empowers  community residents to be effective consumers of public and private services, securing better goods and services for themselves and their neighborhoods; and Joins with international organizations to share innovations and knowledge. 

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