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The Center for Family Policy and Practice is a nonprofit advocacy organization that was founded in 1995 to incorporate the needs of low-income men of color into conversations about poverty solutions. Our work addresses systemic and structural barriers to economic security, with a particular focus on child support and social welfare policies.

We advocate for policies that would benefit every member of low-income families and communities. Contact us! »

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Policy Briefing August 2016

Posted on August 4, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
• The True Impact of Work Requirements
• Eligible Applicants at Risk of Losing Food Stamp Benefits in Two States
• Mortality Risk Highest for Low-Income African American Men
• Income Mobility Declines
• Majority of Working Class Will be Non-White by 2032
• Fact Sheets Available for Every State Showing Impact of the Safety Net
• State Child Support Enforcement News
• Also of Note

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Enhancing Safety for Women

Communities of color, domestic violence, and social welfare services for low-income men Posted on May 15, 2013

Focusing on low-income African American communities, Enhancing Safety considers women’s experiences of domestic violence within the broader context of their lives. It discusses economic needs that are shared by both women and men; provides information on social welfare services for men (often called “responsible fatherhood programs”); and demonstrates that community-based programs that address the needs of low-income men of color can respond to an unmet need for some domestic violence victims.

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