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Nebraska Children publications

Nebraska Children financial documents

Grant Resources

General resources

Other resources

Early Childhood

  • Nebraska Children administered grants that fund programs aimed at improving outcomes for at-risk babies and toddlers.

  • National leader in early childhood development research and policy, the goal of this Chicago-based organization is that every American child have high-quality early childhood care experiences.

  • The Center aims to improve life outcomes or children all over the world through its groundbreaking reserach, communications and development of childcare best practices.

  • Based at Vanderbilt University, this center was created to increase the capacity of Head Start and other early childcare programs, thereby improving the social and emotional outcomes for vulnerable children.

  • Educare is a research-based childcare program that prepares at-risk children for success in school and nurtures early learning.

Child abuse prevention

Infant mental health

Expanded Learning Opportunities/STEM

  • Nebraska Children's initiative to improve access to and quality of afterschool and summer learning opportunities.

  • The Expanded Learning and Afterschool Project is a 50-state initiative harnessing the power of networks and leaders to help schools and communities leverage the time beyond school to accelerate student achievement by

  • The National AfterSchool Association is the leading voice of the afterschool profession dedicated to the development, education and care of children and youth during their out-of-school hours.

Unconnected youth

  • Nebraska Children's initiative to provide unconnected youth with access to mentoring, housing, transportation, health care, employment training, education and life skills.

  • Nebraska Children's summer camp that reunites siblings who have been separated by foster care or adoptive placements.

  • Most recent report from the Nebraska Foster Care Review Office, including recommendations for improvement.

  • The mission of the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative is to ensure that young people—primarily those between ages 14 and 25—make successful transitions from foster care to adulthood.


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