Two generation approaches to alleviating poverty focus on providing the necessary services and supports to both vulnerable parents and children together as a way to ensure a better future for the family in both the short term as well as for generations to come. Supports and programs provided in two generation approaches include subsidized childcare, access to higher education, housing support and job training, among others. The Colorado Department of Human Services, in partnership with CFED and supported by the Aspen Institute, has identified a statewide model using a two generation approach with a focus on Child Savings Accounts. This model is based on research that suggests a strong connection between childhood savings and educational attainment. Click here to read the summary report.