This report describes the New York City Administration for Children’s Services experience incorporating 11 evidence-based and evidence-informed practice models into its continuum of preventive services.
Quality of Care
This report describes the development of a fidelity measurement tool for Signs of Safety® — an approach to assessing safety and risk in child protective services.
This brief summarizes research on effective practices for children and youth referred to therapeutic residential care.
This report describes the Timely Permanency through Reunification Breakthrough Series Collaborative process. It highlights promising practices and outcomes.
The number of youth in foster care nationally has declined over the past decade, but similar declines have not occurred for children under 6.
The California Legislature authorized a project in 2007 to reform the state’s group care system. This 2013 report evaluates the project’s results.
This study provides further indication of the need for judicial leadership in instituting high-quality hearing practice to improve outcomes for youth.
The State Foster Care Alumni Study examined demographics, maltreatment history, foster care experiences and outcomes for Texas and Michigan alumni.
Casey Family Programs President and CEO William C. Bell testifies at a Congressional subcommittee on improving foster care.
This assessment looks at how two counties shifted from emphasizing foster care as a first option to offering family preservation services.