Dr. Deborah Daro, senior research fellow at Chapin Hall, outlines the goals of a public health approach to child welfare.
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Scott Hippert describes how Family Connects approaches prevention by offering communitywide home visits to support families with newborns.
Dr. Jonathan Thackeray and Carrie Baker share collaborative efforts to improve pediatric practices and prevent recurrent child maltreatment.
This report chronicles the story of Austin’s In Home Services program. It is a story of courage, commitment, resilience and a lot of hard work.
This issue brief explores the importance of placement stability and the challenges that prevent it.
This strategy brief discusses the core elements of effective family search and engagement and highlights a number of effective approaches.
This strategy brief highlights promising approaches that have demonstrated a positive impact in improving placement stability.
This issue brief describes tools to help child protection agencies identify the right first placement and improve placement stability.
This strategy brief describes the key strategies and lessons learned that Virginia employed to reduce reliance on congregate care.
This webinar highlights the opportunity to submit comments on FFPSA’s National Model Family Foster Home Licensing Standards.
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.
This brief describes strategies for creating a trauma-informed agency across all levels, related tools, and promising results in states.
Since 2015, New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), in strong partnership with five other city agencies, has implemented a multipronged approach to reduce sleep-related fatalities. This brief highlights the history, core elements and outcomes of this work, and […]
NYC found that a combination of community engagement and parent education was effective in reducing sleep-related infant deaths.
This strategy brief outlines strategies for how CPS agencies can screen-in reports of infants and toddlers in a way that keeps them safe.
The Parents for Parents program matches parents who have been reunifed with those newly involved with child welfare to provide support and guidance.
Hawaii employed various strategies to earn buy-in from staff and community stakeholders during its transition to a centralized hotline.
Casey Family Programs has a long history of working with American Indian and Alaska Native tribes to improve the well-being of their children and families. This brochure describes our work.
This three-part webinar series demystifies child welfare funding streams and builds foundational understanding of child welfare financing.