The following resources and fact sheets are external sources that have been informative to our programming.
Please view resources related to the Milwaukee County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (MCSAP) and its key issues of preventing marijuana and prescription drug abuse HERE.
A publication from Youth First.
Medicaid Funding in Schools: A Threat to Children with Disabilities
Medicaid in Wisconsin helps provide funding for over 118,000 students receiving special education in our public schools in Wisconsin.
Medicaid's Role in Mental Health and Addiction Services
Medicaid plays a vital role in providing access to treatment, and advancing recovery and independence for Wisconsin children and adults who live with a mental illness or a substance abuse disorder. - See more at: http://ppi.communityadvocates.net/res
Two Generation Approaches to Poverty Reduction and the EITC
The 2015 Fall Insight highlights research on the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and its positive effects on adults and children in poverty reduction, income, education, health, and community economic stability.
Tobacco-Related Disparities Stat Shot
This document from TobWis uses infographics to illuminate populations that have tobacco-related disparities.
Youth Works MKE
One-page program description handout
Got Drugs? Drop Them Off!
This flyer describes a 9/26/15 drop-off event, listing location options for dropping of unwanted prescription drugs.
Effective Policy for Reducing Inequality? The Earned Income Tax Credit and the Distribution of Income
The NBER Working Paper Series published this paper written by Hilary W. Hoynes and Ankur J. Patel. It is closely related to the themes of PPI's Working Our Way Out of Poverty initiative.
A Look at the Crisis Facing Black Boys and Men in Milwaukee
The United Way of Greater Milwaukee contracted with P3 Development Group to develop a report to assess Milwaukee organizations to gauge the breadth of services and programs specifically geared to address outcomes for African American boys and men.
A Time for Action: Mobilizing Philanthropic Support for Boys & Young Men of Color
Eleven foundations present this report as a call to action to mobilize philanthropic support to impact outcomes for boys and men of color.