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Immigrant and Refugee

Facing Our Future: Children in the Aftermath of Immigration Enforcement

The Urban Institute

This report examines the consequences of parental arrest, detention, and deportation on children in six locations across the country.

Children of Immigrants and Refugees: What the Research Tells Us

Georgetown University

This publication addresses the mental care needs of immigrant and refugee children.

Recruitment Success for Hard to Reach Audiences

Esperanza Para Los Ninos
Kansas City, Missouri

The Esperanza Para Los Ninos (EPLN) program has developed a successful outreach strategy to recruit young immigrant Latina first-time mothers into a program to support the emotional development of

Building Trust with Immigrant Families

Mid-Valley Providers Consortium, Educational District 105
Yakima, Washington

A Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) project in Washington State is overcoming barriers to providing mental health services to immigrant children and families in a rural community.

Children in America's newcomer families

Child Trends and the Center for Social and Demographic Analysis, University at Albany, SUNY

This new research brief draws on the latest Census data to present two new estimates of poverty rates for children by using measures that differ from those currently used by the federal government to determine official poverty thresholds. Using this data, the brief examines differences in poverty rates between children in immigrant families and children in native-born families in the U.S.

Facts for Families

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) has developed over 80 fact sheets on relevant topics for children and adolescent's health.

Gaining a Voice After School: Why After-School Programs are a Powerful Resource for English Language Learners

Education Week

This article discusses the growing issue of English language learner (ELL) students and the benefits of after-school programs for their language development.

Health and Well-Being of Young Children of Immigrants

The Urban Institute

This report on the health and well-being of children under six in immigrant families covers immigration trends and impacts, family structure and work, risk factors for poor school performance, hard

Reaching All Children? Understanding Early Care and Education Participation Among Immigrant Families

Center for Law and Social Policy

This report summarizes evidence on the benefits of early care and education programs to young children of immigrants.