Casey Family Programs hosts a series of webinars focused on Title IV-E federal reimbursement for parent and child legal representation.
News from the field
Explore stories of hope and news about the child welfare field in this section.
Casey Family Programs, national experts and families brief members of the media on the Family First Prevention Services Act.
Learn how Family Support Services of North Florida has combined forces with local partners to build a Community of Hope in Jacksonville.
Innovative work in Gainesville, Florida has led to a significant decrease in the number of maltreated youth.
A Georgia sales executive knows the elation of American athletes who recently returned from the 2016 Rio Olympics with a record 121 medals.
Several communities have created innovative approaches to decrease problems linked to trauma.
Nearly 100 foster care youth and alumni will shadow members of Congress and share their experiences in the child welfare system.
In this video, former foster youth share their stories about their experiences in care and how society often perceives them.
More than 300 participants shared ways to reduce violence and increase opportunities for African American men and boys.
One of the most important supports that helps students succeed in school is a deeply involved and caring adult.
In this video, see how Lorain County took on the challenge of reforming how it spent child welfare money.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day we look at a community collaboration named after King’s father that is helping people help themselves.
Cities United is a national coalition of mayors and city officials working to decrease violence among African American boys and young men.
We can make more effective investments to ensure better outcomes for our most vulnerable children.
The 2012 Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act has set the stage for important and meaningful improvements to child welfare in America.
Cities United is a partnership to assist mayors and municipal leaders in combating the epidemic of violence now obliterating African American men and boys.