March 2017 | Joy Moses, Center for Policy and Practice

A Blueprint for Economic Security

This paper explores the intersections of the work-related experiences of men and fathers, child support enforcement policies and practices and support services for fathers with low-incomes. Consideration is given to the historical factors that are complicating efforts to end poverty. The Blueprint also proposes changes to child support enforcement efforts and support services for low-income fathers, and offers policy recommendations for consideration by state and federal policy makers.


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