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Strengths and stressors in Region XI Head Start: The role of social support and economic condition in the well-being of children and families from AIAN FACES 2019

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The brief is based on data from AIAN FACES 2019. We use parent reports here to describe families’ economic conditions and the forms of social and community support they have. We also explore whether families with different levels of social and community support report different levels of financial strain and material hardship. Finally, we examine whether financial strain and material hardship predict family and child well-being beyond household income, and whether social and community supports predict family and child well-being above and beyond household income, financial strain, and material hardship (see technical appendix for more detailed information on these analyses). (author abstract)

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United States

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