Family and Social Policy

Urban Fathers Asset Building Report - Interim Implementation Report

Urban Fathers Asset Building Report - Interim Implementation Report

Authors: Dan O'Shea, Daniel Schroeder, Amna Khan, Cynthia Juniper
Date
: June 2013

Publisher
:
Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin
Publication Type:
Report 60pp

This Interim Report contains results of the process analysis covering UFAB implementation from July 1, 2011 through September 1, 2013.

 

Non-Custodial Parent Choices PEER Pilot: Impact Report

Non-Custodial Parent Choices PEER Pilot: Impact Report

Authors: Daniel Schroeder, Kimberly Walker, Amna Khan
Date: August 2011
Publication Type: Final Report. 45pp.

The focus of this report is the Non-Custodial Parent Choices PEER curriculum enhancement pilot. The PEER pilot, which began in late 2010 in Hidalgo County, El Paso, and Beaumont/Port Arthur, tests whether the addition of a curriculum including parenting and relationship skills and financial literacy to the standard workforce development services in the original program can measurably enhance the program's impacts on the ability of low-income non-custodial parents (NCPs) to support their children. This report describes the early impacts of this pilot, which has thus far shown success in increasing child support collections.
 

Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment Pilot: Impact Report

Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment Pilot: Impact Report

Authors: Daniel Schroeder, Amna Khan
Date: August 2011
Publication Type: Final Report. 52pp.

The Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment Pilot (NCP Choices-EP) is the focus of this report, a new pilot program by the Texas Office of the Attorney General that aims to extend and expand upon the original, highly successful Non-Custodial Parent Choices (NCP Choices) program. In contrast to the original program, NCP Choices-EP assists low-income NCPs earlier in their case histories, before they have a chance to get behind on their child support payments and accumulate significant child support debt. This report describes the impacts of this pilot, which has shown early success in increasing child support collections.
 

Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment and PEER Pilots: Preliminary Impact Report

Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment and PEER Pilots: Preliminary Impact Report

Authors: Daniel Schroeder, Amna Khan
Date: May 2011
Publication Type: Report. 70pp.
This report describes the early impacts of two pilot programs: NCP Choices-EP and PEER pilots. NCP Choices-EP program assists low-income NCPs earlier in their case histories, before they have a chance to get behind on their child support payments and accumulate significant child support debt. The PEER pilot tests whether the addition of a curriculum that includes parenting and relationship skills and financial literacy to the workforce development services can measurably enhance the program's impacts on the ability of low-income NCPs to support their children.
 

Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment Pilot: Early Implementation Results

Non-Custodial Parent Choices Establishment Pilot: Early Implementation Results

Authors: Daniel Schroeder, Amna Khan
Date: December 2010
Publication Type: Report. 40pp.


The NCP Choices Establishment Pilot (NCP Choices EP) incorporates major elements of the existing NCP Choices enforcement program into the establishment proceedings to facilitate early intervention and monitoring efforts on the part of child support field staff, with the goal of reducing the number of NCPs ultimately needing enforcement action.
 
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