This report provides a state-by-state overview of FFN policies and supports and highlights some examples of the ways in which states and local entities are supporting FFN providers who serve isolated families with low incomes. The report is intended to provide an initial compilation of policies and supports that will be updated as more information is gathered. The information included in this version was collected through online research as well as conversations with individuals working with FFN providers in various states. (author abstract)
State scan of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) policies and supports
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