Report: Thriving Children, Successful Parents: A Two-Generation Approach to Policy (CLASP)

Research findings show that the well-being of parents is closely linked to their children’s social-emotional, physical, and economic well-being. Similarly, parents’ ability to succeed is substantially affected by how well their children are doing. A new brief from CLASP, Thriving Children, Successful Parents: A Two-Generation Approach to Policy (July 2014) examines major federal and state policy areas to identify opportunities for large-scale change that can better support families as a whole by improving the alignment of services for parents and children.

Read the report here.