By Virgina Mason November 6, 2016
Sixteen United Ways and the United Way of Connecticut collaborated again to issue the 2016 update report on the ALICE Project in Connecticut. The ALICE Project has grown from a pilot program in Morris County, N.J., in 2009 to the entire state of New Jersey in 2012 and now to a national level program, which has become a network of 15 states. Each state is following a framework for understanding and action. Connecticut was part of the first cohort of states to join New Jersey. That group of states also includes Michigan, Indiana, and Florida. Those early states joined New Jersey in 2013.
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