April-25-2016

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More than 5.1 million U.S. kids affected, 15,000 in New Hampshire

Concord, N.H. – The Annie E. Casey Foundation today proposed recommendations directed toward state officials to help the children who struggle with emotional and financial instability as a result of having an incarcerated parent.

More than 5 million children nationwide have experienced the separation of a parent due to incarceration, including 15,000 in New Hampshire, according to the report, A Shared 

June-23-2015

A joint report published today by NH Kids Count and the Carsey School of Public Policy examines oral heath access in the Granite State, and barriers to care that remain for low-income populations including children and the elderly. 

June-10-2015

Despite a significant increase in participation, only 1 in 6 students who received subsidized school lunch in 2014 also received summer meals according to a new report from the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) 

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