Youth in foster care have high rates of trauma exposure. A trauma-informed child protection system can mitigate trauma’s adverse effects.
Effective supervision contributes directly to improved outcomes. This issue brief explores how to design an effective supervisory training.
Investing in supervisory quality can help an agency protect itself from high turnover; this resource list provides guidance.
Given the high rate of psychotropic medication use by youth in out-of-home care, it is vital to establish effective oversight plans.
Using programs with reliable research evidence can help child welfare leaders use resources more efficiently and improve outcomes.
For families in treatment and recovery, reunification within federal timelines can be achieved with proper interventions and system supports.
Learn from the collective experiences of child welfare agencies that have exited or are currently under consent decrees.