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Strategies for expanding access to child care subsidy for children experiencing homelessness [Executive summary]

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With generous funding from the Pittsburgh Child Guidance Foundation and the support of the Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL), YWCA Greater Pittsburgh partnered with Ounce of Prevention Fund (the Ounce) to identify promising strategies for increasing access to subsidized child care for families experiencing homelessness. The Ounce conducted background research on child and family homelessness, reviewed relevant child care subsidy policies in states across the country, and conducted in-depth interviews with six states in order to analyze the impacts of various policies on access to child care for this population. (author abstract)
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