Thank you and welcome!

The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) is interested in learning more about the experiences of immigrant families with young children and the direct service providers who support them. CLASP is a national, nonpartisan, anti-poverty organization that conducts research and advocacy around policies that support people who are low income and their families.

The purpose of this survey is to understand how young children in immigrant families and their parents are experiencing immigration policy changes. We are interested in learning about any observed changes in the health or well-being of young children and any changes in families’ access to services and programs. We would like to hear from you about your experiences and perceptions in your local community.

The survey will take approximately 25-45 minutes to complete. A random selection of respondents will win a $50 gift card (see below).

Your safety and the safety of the families you serve are of utmost importance to us. Please read the following statements about our collection and use of the data in this survey.
  • We ask for your state of residence for analysis purposes only. This question is required to assess commonalities in responses from state to state.
  • We ask for information about your program name and location for analysis purposes only. These questions are optional, but we encourage you to respond.
  • We will not attribute any information directly to you or your organization.
  • We will not publish any information that could put your safety or privacy or that of the families you serve at risk.
  • Providing your contact information at the end of the survey is optional. This information will be used only to share the final report and/or if you are randomly selected to win a $50 gift card.
By clicking "Next" below, you agree to these terms.