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Public programs offering health insurance, nutrition assistance, and child care subsidies can help many low-income working families make ends meet, boosting their chances for long-term success. But duplicative requirements and bureaucratic barriers too often get in their way and impose unnecessary burdens on state workers.

Join the contributors to "New Perspectives on Transforming States' Health and Human Services" to discuss important advances and practical lessons for federal, state, and local leaders from the Work Support Strategies Program (WSS) debut year. WSS is a multi-state initiative to design and test cutting-edge improvements in policy, service delivery, and technology to help low-income working families get and keep the benefits for which they are eligible. Visit our website to learn more about the event.


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