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Learn how the child welfare system can support kinship caregivers whose families are affected by substance use disorders.
Learn how Texas invested in primary and secondary prevention programs to prevent child maltreatment using a public health framework.
Explore why it is important for child protection agencies to involve and engage with fathers and how barriers to doing so can be addressed.
Explore outcomes from research looking at child maltreatment referral sources by profession.
Explore trends in child abuse and neglect investigations of infants due to reports from medical professionals.
Explore how math and reading scores compare among elementary school children in various out-of-home placement settings.
Explore resources on the topic of trauma-informed, healing-centered child welfare systems that can be used to inform policy and practice.
Explore guiding principles that child protection agencies should follow when providing trauma-informed, healing-centered services.
Learn how child protection agencies can implement a trauma-informed, healing-centered approach to support children and families.
Learn about evidence-based strategies to mitigate effects of prenatal substance exposure and support children across developmental stages.
Learn how San Francisco uses Medicaid Administrative Activities (MAA) as a federal funding source to support its family resource centers.
Learn about evidence-based strategies to mitigate effects of prenatal substance exposure during prenatal, birth, and postpartum periods.
Learn how the practice of hidden foster care practice can cause harm to families and why it should be avoided.
Learn about strategies for implementing Plans of Safe Care for infants with prenatal substance exposure.
Explore four principles that child welfare agencies should consider as they work to end the need for group placement settings.
Explore three key principles to learn how child protection agencies can make placing children with kin caregivers a universal practice.
Learn about the key elements of successful parent partner programs that offer support, guidance, and hope to birth parents.
Learn from a study that found lower reported levels of social support among both LGBTQ+ and Black youth who are alumni of foster care.
Learn how Medicaid can be a key funding source for peer support services for youth in foster care.