This new YEF Institute report provides a detailed guide for building management information systems in order to coordinate local afterschool programs more effectively.
This toolkit provides municipal leaders with a step-by-step guide for launching "Bank On" initiatives that help working families avoid high-cost check cashing and other fringe financial services.
This toolkit draws upon lessons learned over three years from the California Cities Gang Prevention Network, a 13-city network sponsored in collaboration with the National Council on Crime and Delinquency to identify strategies for reducing gang violence and victimization.
This toolkit, developed by Leadership for Healthy Communities - a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation national program - outlines policy strategies designed to reduce childhood obesity and create healthier communities.
This action kit offers tips and advice for the development of a city-schools youth master plan to more effectively coordinate services, identify and address unmet needs, and make better choices in allocating resources.
This action kit focuses on steps that city officials can take to help families avoid debt and predatory lending, save and build assets, and achieve long-term financial stability.
This Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) toolkit was created to help municipal leaders maximize the potential impact of the EITC by ensuring that eligible families have the information and assistance they need to claim these tax credits.
This action kit offers a broad range of strategies cities can use to promote physical activity, healthy eating, and access to healthy foods to reverse the childhood obesity epidemic.
This action kit highlights steps city officials can take to help young people who are not connected to school, work, or caring adults.
This action kit outlines a wide range of steps that municipal leaders can take to support parents of young children and promote early childhood success.
This action kit outlines a wide range of ways that municipal leaders, working in partnership with school officials and the community as a whole, can help ensure that our public schools work for all children.
This action kit illustrates the many ways in which municipal leaders can expand afterschool opportunities, and in the process, advance the goals of public safety, academic achievement, and youth development in their cities.
This kit focuses on youth participation in municipal government by highlighting strategies to establish a youth council, plan community youth mapping projects, host a youth summit, and promote youth service.
This action kit for municipal leaders focuses on outreach steps to assist low-income working families in accessing benefits such as the Child Health Insurance Program, food stamps, and the Earned Income Tax Credit.
This action kit highlights steps municipal officials can take to help prevent youth violence, reduce child abuse and neglect, and otherwise protect the safety of children and youth.