Two-generational strategies enable family opportunity and economic success by providing for parents and children together. In many cases, this means ensuring that adults can gain the skills and education necessary to obtain family-sustaining employment, while children have access to the high-quality early care and education they need to thrive. Two-generation strategies are more efficient and effective, enabling families to move out of generational poverty and toward prosperity while strengthening
our state's workforce.
- How to talk about a two-generation approach; a quick-start guide for advocates developed by the Frameworks Institute for CAHS.
- A guide on "Navigating the Swamp" when engaging in messaging around human services and two-generational approaches, created by the Frameworks Institute.
- A visual explanation of the Human Services "swamp," from the Frameworks Institute.
- Storytelling for Social Change, prepared by the Frameworks Institute.
- Visual diagrams of the key players in Connecticut's two-generational work.
- A data brief on challenges to two-generational family economic success.
- A policy brief on the two-generational benefits of a Paid Family and Medical Leave program.