The American Rescue Plan includes a number of key provisions that impact infants and toddlers. Some of the new provisions build on actions Congress previously took in earlier COVID relief packages including the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
GENERAL ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
(07/2021) Supporting Prenatal-to-Three with Federal Relief Funds, BUILD
(05/2021) How Early Childhood Education Providers Can Use COVID-19 Relief Funds to Establish Lasting Mental Health Supports for Staff and Children, National Center for Children in Poverty
(05/10/2021) IECMH Opportunities in the New ARP Guidance, ZERO TO THREE
(04/13/2021) Webinar: What’s in the American Rescue Plan Act for Infants, Toddlers, and their Families? ZERO TO THREE
(04/2021) Where Do Babies Stand After CARES, CRRSA, and the ARP, ZERO TO THREE
(03/12/2021) How Will the American Rescue Plan Strengthen the Prenatal-to-3 System of Care? A Summary of the 2021 Act’s Benefits for Infants and Toddlers, University of Texas Prenatal-to-3 Policy Impact Center
(03/10/2021) American Rescue Plan Addresses 5 Critical Needs for Babies, ZERO TO THREE
(04/24/2021) Summary of Key Components of 2021-23 Operating and Capital Budgets, Start Early
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