- Children in Immigrant Families – The U.S. and 50 States: Economic Need Beyond the Official Poverty Measure
June 2, 2010
This Research Brief from Child Trends and The Center for Social and Demographic Analysis at the University of Albany, SUNY, finds that nearly one-half of children in immigrant families live in poverty when basic living and child care costs are taken into account.
- Challenges and Strategies to Maintaining Emotional Health: Qualitative Perspectives of Mexican Immigrant Mothers
June 1, 2010
Mexican immigrant mothers face many challenges that put them at increased risk for poor mental health.
- Facing Our Future: Children in the Aftermath of Immigration Enforcement
May 28, 2010
This report examines the consequences of parental arrest, detention, and deportation on 190 children in 85 families in six locations, providing in-depth details on parent-child separations, economic hardships, and children’s well-being.