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Campbell, Dottie. Collaboration in Southern Regional Early Care and Education Systems. Columbia, SC: Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care, Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2003.

Campbell, Dottie C. Collaboration Among Child Care, Head Start, and Pre-Kindergarten: A Telephone Survey of Selected Southern States. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2002.

Cochran, Michelle, and Cindy Mann. Assuring That Child Health Applications Do Not Deter Enrollment Among Eligible Children in Non-Citizen Families. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 1999.

Cohen Ross, Donna. Enrolling Children in Health Coverage: It Can Start With School Lunch. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, January 2001.

Cohen Ross, Donna. Fostering a Close Connection: Report to Covering Kids on Options for Conducting Child Health Insurance Outreach and Enrollment Through the National School Lunch Program. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, January 2000.

Cohen Ross, Donna. Sources of Federal Funding for Children's Health Insurance Outreach. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, January 2000.

Cohen Ross, Donna. Community-Based Organizations: Paving the Way to Children's Health Insurance Coverage. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1999.

Cohen Ross, Donna, and Meg Booth. Children’s Health Coverage Outreach: A Special Role for School Nurses. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2001.

Cohen Ross, Donna, and Meg Booth. Conducting Children’s Health Coverage Outreach in Non-Traditional Educational Settings. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2001.

Cohen Ross, Donna, and Meg Booth. Enrolling Children in Health Coverage Before They Start School: Activities for Early Childhood Programs. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2001.

Cohen Ross, Donna, and Meg Booth. Enrolling Children in Health Coverage Programs: Schools Are Part of the Equation. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2001.

Cohen Ross, Donna, and Meg Booth. Involving the School Community in Children’s Health Coverage Outreach. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2001.

Covering Kids & Families National Program Office. Southern Partnership Forum Summary Report. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, May 2007.

Covering Kids & Families National Program Office. Midwestern Partnership Forum Summary Report. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, May 2007.

Covering Kids & Families National Program Office. Western Regional Partnership Meeting Summary Report. Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, June 2005.

Cramer, Judi F. Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals: Building and Sustaining Effective Community Collaboration. Columbia, SC: Louisiana Covering Kids & Families Project, Southern Institute on Children and Families, June 2009.

Eligibility Outcomes for RSM Groups and AFDC Reapplications: FY 1990 prepared for the Memorial Medical Center, March 1992.

Grant, Vicki C. Transforming State Government Services Through Process Improvement: A Case Study of Louisiana report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 2010.

Grant, Vicki C. Guidelines for Collecting, Analyzing and Displaying Child Health Coverage Eligibility Outcomes Data. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1999.

Grant, Vicki C. Initial Analysis of Survey on Public Agencies Serving Children Under Age Six: Buncombe County, North Carolina prepared for Children First, United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County, March 1996.

Grant, Vicki C. Information to Develop a System of Scheduling, Outreach, Patient Tracking and Accountability for Health Check prepared for the Georgia Department of Medical Assistance on behalf of the Georgia Children’s Health Initiative, July 1995.

Grant, Vicki C. Baby Futures: A Case Management Program for Pregnant Women and Adolescents and Their Infants prepared for the Memorial Medical Center for the Chatham-Savannah Youth Futures Authority, September 1992.

Grant, Vicki C., Nancy Gantt, Laura Heller and Ken Miracle. The Supporting Families Story: The Movement Toward Quality Improvement. Columbia, SC: Supporting Families After Welfare Reform National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 2003.

Grant, Vicki C., and Nicole Ravenell. Guidelines for Collecting, Analyzing and Displaying Health Coverage Outcomes Eligibility Data, 2nd ed. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2003.

Grant, Vicki C., and Nicole Ravenell. CKF Primer: Understanding Policy and Improving Eligibility Systems. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2002.

Greenberg, Mark, Rachel Schumacher, and Jennifer Mezey. The Southern Regional Task Force on Child Care Action Plan to Improve Access to Child Care Assistance for Low-Income Families in the South: An Analysis of Legal Issues. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2001.

Hartvigsen, Kristine. Electronic Communications: Where Websites Fit In. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1999.

Lane, Penny, Joan Winchester, Mercedes Blanco, Leslie Ford and Jim Palumbo. Five Guidelines for Developing Customer-Friendly Websites. Columbia SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 2006.

Lane, Penny, Mercedes Blanco, Leslie Ford and Holly Smith Mirenda. The Health Literacy Style Manual. Columbia SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2005.

Lessard, Gabrielle. Questions and Answers: Outreach, Enrollment and Immigration Issues. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2003.

Levin-Epstein, Jodie, and Webb Lyons. Target Practice: Lessons for Poverty Reduction prepared for CLASP January 2009.

Mann, Cindy. Improving Coverage for Adults through Medicaid and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2002.

Mann, Cindy. The Ins and Outs of Delinking: Promoting Medicaid Enrollment of Children Who Are Moving In and Out of the TANF System. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1999.

Matacera Barr, Barbara. Stigma: A Paper for Discussion. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, February 2000.

O’Brien, Ellen and Cindy Mann. Special Executive Summary Edition, Maintaining the Gains: The Importance of Preserving Coverage in Medicaid and SCHIP. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, July 2003.

O’Brien, Ellen and Cindy Mann. Maintaining the Gains: The Importance of Preserving Coverage in Medicaid and SCHIP. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, June 2003.

Pritts, Joy. Questions and Answers about the HIPAA Privacy Rule and CKF Participants. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, February 2005.

Pritts, Joy. An Introduction to the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, January 2005.

Ravenell, Nicole, ed. The Burden of Proof: How Much is Too Much for Health Care Coverage? 2nd ed. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2003.

Ravenell, Nicole, Bob Amundson, Katrina Krause, Meg Molly, Truls Ostbye, Meg van Staveren and Elizabeth Zimmerman. South Carolina Obesity Assessment Project Final Report. Columbia SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 2005.

Ravenell, Nicole, Bob Amundson, Katrina Krause, Meg Molly, Truls Ostbye, Meg van Staveren and Elizabeth Zimmerman. South Carolina Obesity Assessment Project Final Report Executive Summary. Columbia SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 2005.

Ravenell, Nicole and Kathryn Luchok. Southern Business Leadership Council South Carolina Employer Survey Project Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, May 2008.

Ravenell, Nicole and LaCrystal Jackson. Offering Public Health Coverage Enrollment in Health Care Settings. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, May 2007.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. South Carolina Children’s Hospital Collaborative. Status Report: South Carolina Medicaid Eligibility Study. Columbia, SC, August 1999.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. South Carolina Children’s Hospital Collaborative. South Carolina Medicaid Eligibility Study. Columbia, SC, December 1998.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. South Carolina Children’s Hospital Collaborative. The Palmetto Health Initiative: An Examination of the Impact on Pregnant Women and Children. Columbia, SC, June 1995.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. Assessment of the Medicaid Eligibility Process in Chatham County, Georgia: Status Report on Recommendations prepared for the Memorial Medical Center, January 1992.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. A Comparison of Medicaid and Eligibility Performance in South Carolina Counties, 1989 and 1991 prepared for the South Carolina Hospital Association, October 1991.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. Assessment of the Medicaid Eligibility Process in Chatham County, Georgia prepared for the Memorial Medical Center, June 1991.

Sarah C Shuptrine and Associates. Status of Recommendations: SCHA Eligibility Performance Report prepared for the South Carolina Hospital Association, June 1991.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. Overview of the Georgia Medicaid and the Chatham County Indigent Care Program prepared for the Memorial Medical Center, January 1991.

Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates. Access to Medicaid Impeded in 19 States for Aged and Disabled Supplemental Security Income Recipients prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, December 1990.

Schumacher, Rachel, Jennifer Mezey, and Mark Greenberg. Analysis of Potential Barriers to Creating Coordinated Absence Policies for Collaborations Between Head Start and CCDF and TANF-Funded Programs. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2002.

Shenkman, Elizabeth, Donna Hope Wegener, and Heather Steingraber. Monitoring and Evaluation of Outreach Strategies for Low-Income Children and Their Families. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 1999.

Shuptrine, Sarah C. “Compassionate Management is Smart Business” in the University of South Carolina Moore School of Business Division of Research Business & Economic Review. Vol. 46, No. 1. October-December, 1999.

Shuptrine, Sarah C. "Improving Workforce Stability" in the University of South Carolina Moore School of Business Division of Research Business & Economic Review, Volume 53, Number 1, October-November-December 2006.

Shuptrine, Sarah C. Mayersville, Mississippi: A Study on Improving Access to Benefits and Services for Low-Income Families in the Rural South. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, June 1999.

Shuptrine, Sarah C. Reforming Medicaid Eligibility Rules, The Safety Net prepared for the National Association of Public Hospitals, Summer 1991.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Genny G. McKenzie. Information Outreach to Reduce Welfare Dependency: A Georgia Welfare Reform Initiative, Phase I Report prepared for the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Family and Children Services, August 1996.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Kristine Hartvigsen. The Burden of Proof: How Much is Too Much for Child Health Coverage? Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 1998.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Kristine Hartvigsen. Report on Communication and Marketing Strategies Meeting. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 1998.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Simplification: The Make or Break Issue for Achieving Full Enrollment of Eligible, Uninsured Children. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1999.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Uninsured Children in the South: Second Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 1996.

Shuptrine Sarah C., and Vicki C Grant. Final Report on the Action Plan to Improve Medicaid Eligibility, Outreach and Perinatal Case Management prepared for the Georgia Department of Medical Assistance, January 1995.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Assuring Access to Health Coverage: A Discussion of Eligibility and Enrollment Issues prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, December 1994.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Moving Beyond Collocation to Service Integration. Columbia, SC: Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates, October 1994.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Eligibility and Enrollment in National Health Reform: Report #1 prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, May 1994.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. A Discussion Paper on Eligibility Polices and Rules Across AFDC, Medicaid and Food Stamps. The White House Office of Domestic Policy, November 1993.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Potential Medicaid Eligibility of Self Pay Pregnant Women and Children at Memorial Medical Center prepared for the Memorial Medical Center, April 1992.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Hospital Eligibility Project Guide prepared for the South Carolina Hospital Association, September 1990.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. SSI Application Barriers and Denial of Benefits to Elderly Applicants prepared for the Families USA Foundation, May 1990.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Medicaid Eligibility Performance in South Carolina Counties prepared for the South Carolina Hospital Association, April 1990.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. CHC Perinatal Initiative Case Management Program: Operational Manual. Prepared for the South Carolina Primary Care Association, November 1989.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Coordinating WIC and Medicaid, An Examination of Barriers to Accessing WIC, AFDC and Medicaid Services prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ and Southern Legislative Conference, September 1989.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Eligibility Verification: At What Price? An Examination of the Barriers to Accessing WIC, AFDC and Medicaid Service prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ Association and Southern Legislative Conference, September 1989.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention: Policy Information Need prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ Association and Southern Legislative Conference, June 1989.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. State Implementation of the Low Income Protection Provisions of the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988 prepared for the Villers Foundation, March 1989.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. The Relationship of the Reasons for Denial of AFDC/Medicaid Benefits to the Uninsured in the United States. Columbia, SC: Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates, October 1988.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Adolescent Pregnancy in the South prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ Association and Southern Legislative Conference, April 1988.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Adolescent Pregnancy in the South: Technical Appendix prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ Association and Southern Legislative Conference, April 1988.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. Study of the AFDC/Medicaid Eligibility Process in the Southern States prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ Association and Southern Legislative Conference, April 1988.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Vicki C. Grant. The Southern State Survey on the Relationship Between WIC and Medicaid prepared for the Southern Regional Project on Infant Mortality of the Southern Governors’ Association and Southern Legislative Conference, October 1987.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie. A Study of the Relationship of Health Coverage to Welfare Dependency. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1994.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie.
Southern Regional Initiative to Improve Access to Benefits for Low Income Families With Children. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, February 1998.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant and Genny G. McKenzie. Georgia Children’s Health Initiative. A Public/Private Sector Collaborative: Final Report prepared for the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Public Health and Georgia Department of Medical Assistance, December 1995.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie. Addressing the Need for Outreach to Pregnant Women and Children in Georgia prepared for the Georgia Department of Medical Assistance, March 1994.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie. A Study of the Relationship of Health Coverage to Welfare Dependency. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1994.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie. An Assessment and Action Plan to Improve Medicaid Eligibility, Outreach and Perinatal Care Management Services prepared for the Georgia Department of Medical Assistance, June 1993.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie. Improving Access to Medicaid for Pregnant Women and Children prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Grady Memorial Hospital, February 1993.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., Vicki C. Grant, and Genny G. McKenzie. Uninsured Children in the South. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families with funding from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, November 1992.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Genny G. McKenzie. Information Outreach to Reduce Welfare Dependency: A Georgia Welfare Reform Initiative: Final Report prepared for the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Family and Children Services, December 1996.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Genny G. McKenzie. Information Outreach to Reduce Welfare Dependency: A Georgia Welfare Reform Initiative, Phase I Report prepared for the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Family and Children Services, August 1996.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Genny G. McKenzie. Information Outreach To Reduce Welfare Dependency: A North Carolina Welfare Reform Initiative: Final Report prepared for the North Carolina Department of Human Resources, Division of Social Services, May 1996.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Genny G. McKenzie. Information Outreach To Reduce Welfare Dependency: A North Carolina Welfare Reform Initiative, Phase I Report prepared for the North Carolina Department of Human Resources, Division of Social Services, May 1995.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Genny G. McKenzie. Creating Opportunities in the South to Link Maternal and Child Health Professionals and the National Library of Medicine. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 1993.

Shuptrine, Sarah C. and Nicole Ravenell. “The Power of Regional Indicators in Achieving Action: The Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care” in Indicators of Children's Well-Being: Understanding Their Role, Usage and Policy Influence Series. Vol. 27 Ben-Arieh, Asher; Goerge, Robert M. (Eds.) 2006. Click here to visit the publisher’s Web site.

Shuptrine, Sarah C., and Richard D. Telkamp. Making Medicaid Work in Greenville County, South Carolina. Columbia, SC: Sarah C. Shuptrine and Associates, 1991. (Unpublished)

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Process Mapping: An Effective Tool for Improving Public Services. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2009.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Southern Business Leadership Council Employment Stability Action Plan: Recommendations for the Public and Private Sectors to Support Stable Employment in the Low-wage Workforce. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2009.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Medicaid and CHIP Retention: A Key Strategy to Reducing the Uninsured. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 2009.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Uninsured Children in the South, 3rd ed. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families for the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, November 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2006 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Southern Business Leadership Council Charlotte Metro Area Employer Initiative Project Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Southern Business Leadership Council Upstate South Carolina Employer Initiative Project Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Covering Kids & Families: Promising practices from the nation's single largest effort to insure eligible children and adults through public health coverage. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids & Families National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, April 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES GUIDE: Maximizing the Enrollment and Retention of Adults and Children in Medicaid and SCHIP. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Carolina Nutrition Alliance Final Report: Increasing Food Stamp Participation Through Faith Partnerships and Process Improvement. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, February 2007.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Southern Business Leadership Council District of Columbia Metro Area Initiative Project Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, July 2006.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2005 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, July 2006.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2004 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Spring 2005.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Chartbook of Major Indicators: Conditions Placing Children in the South at Risk. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2004.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2003 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Spring 2004.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2002 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Fall 2003.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Chartbook of Major Indicators: Conditions Placing Children in the South at Risk. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, August 2002.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2001 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Fall 2002.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 2000 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Fall 2001.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 1999 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Fall 2000.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 1998 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Fall 1999.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Survey Results of States Using the Southern Institute Information Outreach Brochures and Videos. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, June 1999.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. 1997 Annual Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, Fall 1998.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Facts for Employers. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, 1998.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Have You Heard About Benefits for Working Families??? Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, 1998.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Leaving Welfare for Work isn’t as Scary as it Seems. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, 1998.

Southern Institute on Children and Families. Major Indicators Impacting Children and Families in the South as Compared to Other Regions of the United States. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, July 1991.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care Final Project Report. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, April 2004.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Child Care Survey Results on Funding and Related Policies in the Southern States. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, April 2004. 

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Status Report on State Implementation Efforts: Action Plan to Improve Access to Child Care Assistance for Low-Income Families in the South, 2001-2003. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, January 2004.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Status Report on State Implementation Efforts: Southern Regional Action Plan to Improve the Quality of Early Care and Education, 2003. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, January 2004.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Southern Regional Forum on Collaboration and Coordination Across Early Care and Education Programs. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2003.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Moving Forward: Southern States Take Action to Improve Access to Quality, Affordable Child Care. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, May 2003.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Action Plan to Improve Access to Child Care Assistance for Low-Income Families in the South: Survey Results on the Status of State Implementation Efforts 2001 and 2002. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, November 2002.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Action Plan to Improve Access to Child Care Assistance for Low-Income Families in the South: Survey Results on the Status of State Implementation Efforts. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, February 2002.

Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care. Building Momentum – Taking Action: Southern States Collaborate on Child Care Financial Aid and Quality Initiatives. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, February 2002.

Southern Regional Task Force on Child Care. Southern Regional Action Plan to Improve the Quality of Early Care and Education. Columbia, SC: Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care, Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2002.

Southern Regional Task Force on Child Care. “Action Plan to Improve Access to Child Care Assistance for Low-Income Families in the South” in Sound Investments: Financial Support for Child Care Builds Workforce Capacity and Promotes School Readiness. Columbia, SC: Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care, Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2000.

Southern Regional Task Force on Child Care. Sound Investments: Financial Support for Child Care Builds Workforce Capacity and Promotes School Readiness. Columbia, SC: Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care, Southern Institute on Children and Families, December 2000.

Southern Regional Task Force on Child Care and Early Education. Summary Chart on Status of State Implementation Efforts: Southern Regional Action Plan to Improve the Quality of Early Care and Education, 2004. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2005.

Southern Regional Task Force on Child Care and Early Education. State Responses to Implementation Status Survey: Southern Regional Action Plan to Improve the Quality of Early Care and Education, 2004. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, April 2005.

Stoney, Louise. Child Care in the Southern States: Expanding Access to Affordable Care for Low-Income Families and Fostering Economic Development. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, April 2000.

Sutton, Sharyn M. Developing Social Marketing Messages for Covering Kids. Columbia, SC: Covering Kids National Program Office, Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 1999.

University of South Carolina. Moore School of Business. Division of Research. A Profile of the Southern Economy: Living Standards, Economic Structure, and Lower Income Workers. Columbia, SC: Southern Institute on Children and Families, October 2003.

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