Improving The Child Welfare System | Title IV-E Waivers Have Improved The Child Welfare System In Five States
This report is the second in a series of white papers on improving the child welfare system. It examines how IV-E waivers have positively impacted the child welfare system in five states.
The white paper reviews how IV-E waivers have enabled states to achieve foster care caseload reductions and reinvest the IV-E foster care savings in prevention, family support and permanency.
“These strikingly successful examples of major child welfare reforms financed with IV-E savings should inform the goals, evaluation designs and funding formulas for a new round of flexible IV-E waivers,” says the report, which has been distributed widely to policymakers, the media and our partners.