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Family and Community

Children grow up in, and their families live in, neighborhoods. Neighborhood characteristics deeply affect all aspects of children’s lives — how they live, learn and play. We work to ensure children and youth across the District have equal access to neighborhood resources, regardless of their zipcodes. 

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National Policy Report: Every Kid Needs a Family

Best practices for giving children in the child welfare system the best chance for success.


http://www.dcactionforchildren.org/system/files/aecf-EveryKidNeedsAFamily-2015_0.pdf?download=1
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Paid Leave: DC Families Deserve Better!

More leave time saves lives and money.


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2015 Ward Snapshots Reveal Growing Disparities

Though neighborhood-level analysis is central for us, DC is politically organized around eight wards. This means that advocating for policy change is often best accomplished at the ward-level.


http://www.dcactionforchildren.org/system/files/15-DCA%202015WardSnapshots1-8_2.pdf?download=1

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