Policy & Practice of Public Human Services

Articles from Vol. 57, No. 2, June

Child Support Enforcement Is Working Better Than We Think
Changes in child support enforcement since the 1970s have succeeded in improving collection efforts more than we think. Yet, sometimes it is difficult to see how far we have come because the dramatic shift in demographic make-up of single mothers hides...
Dispatches from the States: New York
The food pyramid, food labels, and cooking instruction are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to topics included in New York's Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (FSNEP). The program, a unique partnership between county social services offices...
Making Food Stamps Part of Welfare Reform
Welfare reform has brought massive change to stateoperated cash assistance programs but, on certain key points, the Food Stamp Program has hardly changed. As a result, the two programs often seem to operate at cross-purposes, making it more difficult...
Our Do'ers Profile: Mark E. Orf
In "Our Do'ers Profile,"we highlight some of the hard working and talented individuals in the public human services field. This issue features Mark E. Orf of the Department of Health and talented individuals in the public human Services In Columbia,...

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