Learn how three jurisdictions are leveraging the Family First Prevention Services Act to serve families through community pathways.
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Speaking at the Hispanics in Philanthropy Annual Leadership Conference, Dr. Bell challenges philanthropy to actively partner for change.
Understand how the COVID-19 shutdown resulted in limited surveillance without compromising child safety in New York City.
Learn findings from a study that analyzed permanency and equity outcome data for families that received kinship navigation services.
Learn how multidisciplinary preventive legal advocacy programs support families in addressing and mitigating legal issues upstream.
Explore how analyzing hotline data can inform and improve practice, aid in prevention efforts, and connect families to resources.
Learn how using demographic data can address inequities in child welfare and help to tailor and improve services.
This data overview looks at trends for American Indian/Alaska Native children in care nationally, and in California and Washington.
Drawing on his experience as a child welfare leader, David Sanders offers recommendations for reducing child abuse and neglect fatalities.
Learn why and how child welfare agencies should partner with school districts to provide stable educational experiences.
This information packet provides guidance on how to help youth in foster care keep their academic credits when they have to change schools.
Learn how two specialized programs are collaborating to support young children with complex developmental and behavioral health needs.
Learn how Connecticut DCF is making their work towards racial justice a key component of their department.
This overview describes the negative impacts of group and institutional settings and posits strategies for eliminating their overuse.
Learn how New York City leveraged Family Enrichment Centers and Community Partnerships to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Explore how family success centers in Washington D.C. neighborhoods work with community partners to provide upstream support to families.
Learn about the three main sources of funding that are used to support parent partner programs.
Explore how various parent partner programs recruit, train, and support the parents who serve as peer mentors to other parents.
This learning exchange explores the “seven levers” that are key to ending the need for group placements in child welfare.
Learn how the Nurse-Family Partnership home visiting program can generate positive outcomes as it offers support to new mothers.