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  • 1982
    Unclaimed Children: The Failure of Public Responsibility to Children and Adolescents in Need of Mental Health Services
    A report on federal and state mental health policies and programs to treat emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
  • 1983
    Child Watch 1983: Looking Out for America's Children
    A manual for building a local Child Watch program.
  • 1984
    A Children's Defense Budget: An Analysis of the President's FY 1984 Budget and Children
    An annual report of the Children's Defense Fund that describes in 3 parts the unfair FY 1984 Reagan administration's strategies and policies that cut programs for needy children and their families, and how these cuts permeated into every aspect of poor children's lives, from education to health, education, and child care and exposes how the Reagan administration's strategies undermined and eroded the civil rights of minority children and families.
  • 1984
    American Children in Poverty
    This report provides statistical data to establishe the great unmet needs of America's poor children, including access to healthcare, public assistance, and effect of unemployment of the family.
  • 1986
    A Children's Defense Budget: An Analysis of the President's FY 1986 Budget and Children
    An annual report of the Children's Defense Fund that presents data on the 1986 increases in spending by the Reagan administration on military operations and the decrease in spending for programs for low-income families and children. These budget cuts affect programs for child abuse prevention, pre-mature births and prenatal care for pregnant mothers and infants, and growing homelessness.
  • 01/01/86
    Adolescent Pregnancy: Whose Problem Is It?
    This report is the second in a series of reports on adolescent pregnancy prevention that addresses the need to strengthen family and communities and bolster self-sufficiency.
  • 01/01/86
    Welfare and Teen Pregnancy: What Do We Know? What Do We Do?
    This report discusses the many questions raised about teenage pregnancy and welfare dependency. By clarifying the real causes and costs of welfare receipt among teen parents the authors aim to clarify the debate about the causes and costs of teenage pregnancy.
  • 03/01/86
    Adolescent Pregnancy: What the States Are Saying
    This report is the third in a series of reports on adolescent pregnancy prevention. It is intended as a reference tool for those who want to begin to answer the question: what can states do to help prevent teen pregnancy?
  • 05/01/86
    Building Health Programs for Teenagers
    This report assesses the health status and needs of children between the ages of 10 and 20, especially those children who are poor. It describes the types of health services most appropriate to meeting those needs, reviews the adequacy of current health programs serving teens, and makes recommendations for improving the provision of health services for this special group.
  • 07/01/86
    Model Programs: Preventing Adolescent Pregnancy And Building Youth Self-Sufficiency
    This report describes a number of first-rate programs and curricula that address adolescents' need for preventing teen pregnancy and building youth self-sufficiency. The report explores how decisions about sexual activity and contraception for those who are sexually active are tied closely to teens' feelings of self esteem, aspirations, and perceptions of opportunity.
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