The award recognizes individuals for an enduring commitment to ensuring the safety and success of children, families and their communities.
News & Updates
These awards recognize individuals who have dedicated themselves to improving outcomes for children and families in the child welfare system.
How would reducing child poverty affect referrals to CPS and foster care placements? Would it reduce racial disproportionality? Learn more.
We are more committed than ever to supporting tribal nations in building hope for children and families and ensuring ICWA is fully implemented.
We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of an amazing athlete who was a source of inspiration to countless people.
Casey Family Programs has supported states and tribes in their conceptualization, development and implementation of Family First plans.
Investing in families means strengthening them, not separating them unnecessarily. Explore our signature report to learn more.
Eric Pettigrew, Karen Jones and Dr. Ben Danielson join the Board on November 1.
Dr. Bell accepts A.K. Guy Award: ‘The greatest impact in your life will be found in what you do for others’
Casey Family Programs files Amicus Brief with Supreme Court in support of Indian Child Welfare Act, August 2022.
Congresswoman Walorski leaves an important legacy that will be felt by children and families across the nation long into the future.
The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at the CDC has joined the Thriving Families, Safer Children effort.
We believe every person has a right to life-supporting medical care and related services to ensure their health and well-being.
The Board of Trustees has elected Richard J. Olin as trustee emeritus for his distinguished service during his tenure with the Board.
Chahine has served as managing director for strategic consulting in Systems Improvement since joining Casey Family Programs in 2007.
The Board of Trustees has elected David C. Mills as trustee emeritus for his meritorious contributions during his tenure with the Board.
Constituent voices are key to understanding how we can support families in raising safe, happy and healthy children. Hear what they have to say.
Thriving Families, Safer Children has expanded to include child welfare jurisdictions in 22 states and a sovereign tribal nation.
As a national foundation working to support the well-being of children and families, we mourn those murdered in Georgia and condemn this violence.
Her historic appointment comes at a time of both tremendous challenge and tremendous opportunity to directly improve the lives of all Americans.