There’s aid available, but the system can be tough to navigate. Here’s what parents need to know.
Children & Families
La ayuda para el cuidado de niños en California no llega a cientos de miles de familias que la necesitan
Este reportaje se realizó en el marco de la Beca Nacional 2022 del Centro Annenberg de Periodismo sobre Saludde la USC.
The aid reaches only a small fraction of families who need it — and providers, who aren’t paid enough to cover their costs, remain stretched to the limit.
Former Eastie resident on losing Wood Island: 'How could you retaliate against a giant that's got all guns on?'
Today the park is long gone, demolished to make way for Logan International Airport’s expansion in the 1960s. The health effects of that decision reverberate through East Boston to this day.
Residents and activists say the airport expansion, completed half a century ago, continues to harm their health and well-being today.
Carmen Diaz remembers what it was like to be forced out of her home — to be a 13- or 14-year-old who had to pack up her room and stay at a family friend’s house, unsure of where her family would go next.
When Elizabeth Rodriguez tells her 8-year-old son that she doesn’t have any of his baby pictures, not even one or two, she starts to break down.
Educational and child care disruptions because of housing instability are growing increasingly common. The disruptions can have immediate and long-term impacts on kids’ mental health, academic success and social lives.
Since early pandemic-era protections against eviction expired, the number of filings in Connecticut has spiked as rents rise, inflation impacts budgets and families continue to struggle financially.