Seedco Mid-South Brochure

This informational brochure describes Seedco’s work in the Mid-South region of the United States.

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TANF Faith-Based Community Partnerships

As an intermediary organization, Seedco partners with community organizations, like Henry Street Settlement, to provide technical assistance, share best practices and conduct federal, state and local advocacy so the local partner can focus on direct service delivery.

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EarnBenefits: Increasing Access to Economic Stability

This informational brochure discusses the EarnBenefits program, which is the centerpiece of Seedco’s approach to work and family supports.

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Service Integration: Delivering Economic Strengthening Services to Low Wage Workers

In 2010, with funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Center for the Study of Social Policy, Seedco developed Service Integration: Delivering Economic Strengthening Services to Low-Wage Workers. This extensive guide and toolkit provides concrete recommendations on integrating workforce development, work supports, and asset building services using an economic strengthening approach to service delivery.

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Coalition to Promote Access and Opportunity Comments

Seedco is a Steering Committee member of the Coalition to Promote Access and Opportunity, a group formed to alleviate poverty for millions of families by promoting federal, state and local policy agendas that facilitate comprehensive, coordinated access to underutilized public benefits and related resources.

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Housing Help Program Homelessness Prevention Pilot Final Report

An evaluation by Seedco documents the success of the Housing Help pilot program in New York City to help families avoid eviction and homelessness.

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The Transformation of Social Services Management in New York City: “CompStating Welfare”

A report on the reform in New York City’s social service agencies since the early 1990s, which was achieved using principles of performance management similar to those used by the New York City Police Department in the 1990s to effect a well-known reduction in crime.

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Benefits and Low Wage Work

A groundbreaking study that finds employer-based benefits and government subsidized income enhancements, like the Earned Income Tax Credit, Food Stamps and childcare subsidies, can provide important avenues for low wage workers to achieve long-term job stability and growth.

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