The Puget Sound Business Journal presented awards to eight distinguished leaders at its Director of the Year dinner.
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Casey Family Programs’ Board of Trustees and Executive Team issued the following statement on the well-being of children.
Team-based parent legal representation reunifies children with their birth family earlier and in higher numbers.
We at Casey Family Programs extend our deepest sympathy to the family, friends and Children’s Defense Fund colleagues of MaryLee Allen.
McCaulou joined Casey Family Programs in 1992. As executive vice president, he oversees finance services, including planning and analysis.
These awards recognize individuals who have dedicated themselves to improving outcomes for children and families in the child welfare system.
These awards recognize an enduring commitment to ensuring the safety and success of children, families and the communities where they live.
This public-private partnership exposes youth in foster care to professional and experiential opportunities with Goldman Sachs mentors.
Casey Family Programs recognizes leaders on the forefront of change.
During his tenure, Rice helped guide Casey’s efforts to build hope in the lives of children and families across America.
Lance G. Morgan, Richard J. Olin and Walter Howard Smith, Jr. have been elected to Casey Family Programs’ Board of Trustees.
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The Board of Trustees and Executive Team issued the following statement on the current issue of immigrant family separation.
This webinar series will provide constituents’ perspectives and jurisdictional approaches on sustaining permanency, information on re-entry rates, funding opportunities and practical recommendations to support sustained permanency. The webinar will be offered in two parts on June 7 and June 28.
Our 2018 signature report explores how communities are building hope for children and families though innovation, knowledge and shared commitment.
We have always known that it is vitally important that we intervene as early as possible to ensure the safety of children.
Family, alumni and leaders recognized for improving child welfare in America.
Our 2017 signature report showcases communities in Florida and Kentucky that brought resources together to improve safety for children and families.
Dr. Bell, a Mississippi native, was honored for his public service and leadership accomplishments.
The new, bipartisan commission will study ways to improve programs and outcomes for Native youth.