This strategy brief describes the key strategies and lessons learned that Virginia employed to reduce reliance on congregate care.
All children deserve to grow up in a home-based setting. Learn how New Jersey decreased congregate care usage by 45 percent.
All children deserve to grow up in a loving, permanent family. This brief identifies strategies to achieve timely permanency.
The Parents for Parents program matches parents who have been reunified with those newly involved with child welfare to provide support and guidance.
Mobile Response and Stabilization Services provides immediate support to stabilize children in crisis and keep them safe at home.
This bright spot describes how Georgia and Alabama created a border agreement to expedite placement of children with kin across state lines.
This list provides key resources for leaders to consider when evaluating the impact of substance abuse on child welfare.
Parental rights restoration is an option for some youth when parents have addressed the issues that led to the termination of their rights.
For families in treatment and recovery, reunification within federal timelines can be achieved with proper interventions and system supports.