Skip to main content

Carsey School of Public Policy

Description
Located at the University of New Hampshire. Supports research on vulnerable families, community development, and rural America.

Resources (110)

  • 2012 National Child Poverty Rate Stagnates at 22.6 Percent, 2013, view details
  • 2014 Data Indicate That Four in Ten Children Live in Low-Income Families, 2015, view details
  • 2016 Child Poverty Rate Sees Largest Decline Since Before Great Recession: Poverty Persists as Challenge for the United States, 09/2017, view details
  • 2020 Census Faces Challenges in Rural America, 2017, view details
  • After a Parent Left Employment, One in Five Children Lost Private Insurance, 2016, view details
  • After Great Recession, More Married Fathers Providing Child Care, 2015, view details
  • Age and Lifecycle Patterns Driving U.S. Migration Shifts, 04/2013, view details
  • Although Child Poverty Declined in 2014, Persistent Racial and Ethnic Disadvantages Remain, 2015, view details
  • Behind at the Starting Line: Poverty Among Hispanic Infants, 2015, view details
  • Both Rural and Urban SNAP Recipients Affected by Proposed Work Requirements, 07/2018, view details
  • Cause for Optimism? Child Poverty Declines for the First Time Since Before the Great Recession, 09/2014, view details
  • Challenges in Serving Rural American Children Through the Summer Food Service Program, 2010, view details
  • Child Care Subsidies Critical for Low-Income Families Amid Rising Child Care Expenses, 2013, view details
  • Child Poverty Declines Slightly in 2018 to 18 Percent, 09/2019, view details
  • Child Poverty Higher and More Persistent in Rural America, 02/2016, view details
  • Child Protective Services May Link Families to Needed Income Supports, 2015, view details
  • Civil Protective Orders Effective in Stopping or Reducing Partner Violence: Challenges Remain in Rural Areas with Access and Enforcement, 2011, view details
  • Comparing Teen Substance Use in Northern New Hampshire to Rural Use Nationwide, 07/2013, view details
  • Concentrated Poverty Increased in Both Rural and Urban Areas Since 2000, Reversing Declines in the 1990s, 11/2017, view details
  • Coverage Rates Stabilize for Children's Health Insurance, 2015, view details
  • Deaths Exceed Births in Record Number of U.S. Counties, 2013, view details
  • Declines in Child Poverty Continue in 2017: Overall Rate Still Above Pre-Recession Level, 09/2018, view details
  • Demographic and Economic Characteristics of Immigrant and Native-Born Populations in Rural and Urban Places, 2016, view details
  • Domestic Migration and Fewer Births Reshaping America, 03/2018, view details
  • Drug Overdose Rates Are Highest in Places With the Most Economic and Family Distress, 03/2018, view details
  • The Effects of State EITC Expansion on Children's Health, 2012, view details
  • EITC Continues to Reach Families in Poor Places, 10/2018, view details
  • Employment, Poverty, and Public Assistance in the Rural United States, 2017, view details
  • Family-Friendly Policies for Rural Working Mothers, 09/2009, view details
  • Federal Child Nutrition Programs Are Important to Rural Households, 2010, view details
  • Fewer Than Half of WIC-Eligible Families Receive WIC Benefits, 2016, view details
  • The Forgotten Fifth: Child Poverty in Rural America, 2009, view details
  • Gains in Reducing Child Poverty, but Racial-Ethnic Disparities Persist, 2017, view details
  • Health Insurance Among Young Adults Rebounds Post Recession: More Become Dependents on a Parent's Plan After ACA Extends Coverage to Adult Children, 10/2014, view details
  • Help in a Haystack: Youth Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services in the North Country, 2010, view details
  • Household Reports of Energy Assistance Receipt Increased 48 Percent During Recession: Proposed Cuts Threaten Vulnerable Families, 2011, view details
  • How Far Would You Drive for Fresh Food? How Some Rural New Hampshire Residents Navigate a Dismal Food Landscape, 2011, view details
  • The Impact of State Medicaid Expansion Under the Affordable Care Act on Health Insurance Coverage at the County Level, 12/2016, view details
  • The Increasing Diversity of America's Youth: Children Lead the Way to a New Era, 2014, view details
  • Informal Kinship Care Most Common Out-of-Home Placement After an Investigation of Child Maltreatment, 2013, view details
  • Involuntary Part-Time Employment: A Slow and Uneven Economic Recovery, 2017, view details
  • Key Findings and Recommendations from the Coos Youth Study: Research from the First Half of the Study, 2014, view details
  • The Long-Term Unemployed in the Wake of the Great Recession: Percent of Unemployed Americans Seeking Work for Longer Than Six Months More Than Doubled Between 2007 and 2013, 2014, view details
  • Low Income and Impoverished Families Pay More Disproportionately for Child Care, 2010, view details
  • Many Eligible Children Don't Participate in School Nutrition Programs: Reauthorization Offers Opportunities to Improve, 2015, view details
  • Mapping Food Insecurity and Food Sources in New Hampshire Cities and Towns, 04/2012, view details
  • Mapping the Food Landscape in New Hampshire, 06/2019, view details
  • Mental Health Among Northern New Hampshire Young Adults: Depression and Substance Problems Higher Than Nationwide, 2013, view details
  • Middle-Skill Jobs Remain More Common Among Rural Workers, 06/2013, view details
  • Migration Trends Shifted in 2014: Also Record Deaths and Continuing Low Fertility, 03/2015, view details
  • More Poor Kids in More Poor Places: Children Increasingly Live Where Poverty Persists, 10/2011, view details
  • More Than 95 Percent of U.S. Children Had Health Insurance in 2015, 2017, view details
  • More Than One in Ten American Households Relies on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits, 02/2011, view details
  • Most U.S. School Districts Have Low Access to School Counselors: Poor, Diverse, and City School Districts Exhibit Particularly High Student-to-Counselor Ratios, 10/2016, view details
  • Moving to Diversity, 2017, view details
  • New Hampshire Demographic Trends in the Twenty-First Century, 05/2012, view details
  • Northern New Hampshire Youth in a Changing Rural Economy: A Ten-Year Perspective, 2019, view details
  • Official Poverty Statistics Mask the Economic Vulnerability of Seniors: A Comparison of Maine to the Nation, 2015, view details
  • Older Americans Working More, Retiring Less, 2010, view details
  • One Million Additional Children in Poverty Since 2009: 2010 Data Reveal Nearly One in Four Southern Children Now Live in Poverty, 09/2011, view details
  • The Opioid Crisis in Rural and Small Town America, 2018, view details
  • Oral Health Care Access in New Hampshire, 2015, view details
  • Out-of-Home Care by State and Place: Higher Placement Rates for Children in Some Remote Rural Places, 2010, view details
  • Over 3 Million Low-income Children in Rural Areas Face Cut in Child Tax Credit if Recovery Act Improvement Expires, 06/2010, view details
  • Over Sixteen Million Children in Poverty in 2011, 09/2012, view details
  • Overall Declines in Child Poverty Mask Relatively Stable Rates Across States, 09/2016, view details
  • The Poverty-Reducing Effect of Five Key Government Programs in Rural and Urban America, 2019, view details
  • A Profile of Youth Poverty and Opportunity in Southwestern Minnesota, 2017, view details
  • Proposed EITC Expansion Would Increase Eligibility and Dollars for Rural and Urban "Childless" Workers, 2014, view details
  • Psychotropic Medication Use Among Children in the Child Welfare System, 2012, view details
  • Public Insurance Drove Overall Coverage Growth Among Children in 2012: Rates of Coverage Vary Across the Country, 2014, view details
  • Rates of Public Health Insurance Coverage for Children Rise as Rates of Private Coverage Decline, 12/2011, view details
  • Rates of SNAP Receipt Stabilize or Drop in All Regions for First Time Since Great Recession, 2015, view details
  • Recent Data Show Continued Growth in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Use, 2013, view details
  • Record Number of Children Covered by Health Insurance in 2011: Increases in Public Insurance Offset Declines in Private Coverage, 2013, view details
  • Regional Young Child Poverty in 2008: Rural Midwest Sees Increased Poverty, While Urban Northeast Rates Decrease, 2009, view details
  • Reliance on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Continued to Rise Post-Recession, 2011, view details
  • Rural Adolescents Are More Likely Than Their Urban Peers to Abuse Prescription Painkillers, 10/2015, view details
  • Rural America and the South Have the Highest Percent of Veterans with Service-Related Disabilities, 2009, view details
  • Rural America Growing Again Due to Migration Gains, 04/2019, view details
  • Rural and Central City Residents with Multiple Children Likely to Be Hardest Hit by Proposed WIC Cuts, 2011, view details
  • Rural Areas Risk Being Overlooked in 2010 Census, 2010, view details
  • Rural Children Are More Likely to Live in Cohabiting-Couple Households, 06/2009, view details
  • Rural Demographic Change in the New Century: Slower Growth, Increased Diversity, 2012, view details
  • Rural Depopulation in a Rapidly Urbanizing America, 2019, view details
  • Rural Families with a Child Abuse Report are More Likely Headed by a Single Parent and Endure Economic and Family Stress, 2010, view details
  • Rural Natives' Perceptions of Strengths and Challenges in Their Communities, 2013, view details
  • Rural Workers Have Less Access to Paid Sick Days, 2011, view details
  • Rural Workers More Likely to Work Nontraditional Shifts, 06/2009, view details
  • SNAP Declines Continue in 2016, but Not for Rural Places, 11/2017, view details
  • SNAP Use Increased Slightly in 2012: In Struggling Economy, Both Traditional and New Populations Rely on SNAP to Avoid Hunger, 2013, view details
  • Social Service Delivery in Two Rural Counties, 02/2019, view details
  • Southeastern Kentuckians Remain Optimistic Through Great Recession: Growing Concerns about Sprawl, Housing, and Recreational Opportunities, 2011, view details
  • Supporting Coös Youth on the Path to Adulthood: A Conference for North Country Professionals and Youth Advocates, 10/2018, view details
  • TANF in Rural America: Informing Re-authorization, 09/2011, view details
  • Three in Ten Rural and Urban Medicaid Recipients May Be Affected by Potential Work Requirements, 2017, view details
  • Too Much Free Time: Coos County Youth Who Are Least Involved in Out-of-School Activities Are Most Likely to Use Drugs and Alcohol, 2010, view details
  • Total Children Covered by Health Insurance Increased in 2009, 07/2011, view details
  • Tracking Change in the North Country, 09/2019, view details
  • Underemployment in Urban and Rural America, 2005-2012, 11/2012, view details
  • Understanding Child Abuse in Rural and Urban America: Risk Factors and Maltreatment Substantiation, 2012, view details
  • Understanding Connections Between Rural Communities and Family Well-Being: A Study of Hampton, Iowa, 12/2014, view details
  • Understanding Very High Rates of Young Child Poverty in the South, 2010, view details
  • Unemployment in the Great Recession: Single Parents and Men Hit Hard, 2011, view details
  • The Unequal Distribution of Child Poverty: Highest Rates Among Young Blacks and Children of Single Mothers in Rural America, 2010, view details
  • The USDA Summer Food Service Program in Coös County, New Hampshire: Perspectives of Site Sponsors, Program Managers, and Staff on Program Implementation and Operation, 10/2018, view details
  • Wanting More but Working Less: Involuntary Part-Time Employment and Economic Vulnerability, 2013, view details
  • What's for Dinner? Finding and Affording Healthy Foods in New Hampshire Communities, 2010, view details
  • Working Families' Access to Early Childhood Education: Gaps in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont, 2018, view details
  • Young Child Poverty in 2009: Rural Poverty Rate Jumps to Nearly 29 Percent in Second Year of Recession, 2010, view details