Early Lessons from the Work Support Strategies Initiative: North Carolina

@inproceedings{Courtot2013EarlyLF,
  title={Early Lessons from the Work Support Strategies Initiative: North Carolina},
  author={B. Courtot},
  year={2013}
}
Work Support Strategies (WSS) is a multiyear, multi-state initiative to implement reforms that help eligible low-income families get and keep a full package of work support benefits, including Medicaid, nutrition assistance (SNAP), and child care assistance. This report describes South Carolina's accomplishments and lessons learned during the initiative's first year. During this year, the two primary agencies involved in delivering work support program benefits in the state began breaking down… CONTINUE READING

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