This list presents resources related to funding child welfare services, including challenges and recent funding trends.
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Explore strategies, jurisdictional examples and resources for making progress in reducing unplanned teen pregnancy among youth in care.
Determining the effectiveness of your policies, programs, or practices can inform decisions about how best to use limited resources.
This resource list provides innovative approaches to serving children and families who are affected by parental incarceration.
High staff turnover is common in child welfare. It affects agencies, children and families. Explore factors and mitigation strategies.
Using programs with reliable research evidence can help child welfare leaders use resources more efficiently and improve outcomes.
Learn about a program that has demonstrated compelling results in improving child behaviors and reducing foster care placement disruption.
For families in treatment and recovery, reunification within federal timelines can be achieved with proper interventions and system supports.
Too often, the field has operated reactively instead of proactively. Learn more about organizational change management.
Research indicates that differential response leads to improved family engagement and reduced entries into foster care. Browse resources.
Learn from the collective experiences of child welfare agencies that have exited or are currently under consent decrees.
This home visiting program in Washington state serves high-risk mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs during pregnancy.
New requirements offer a chance for child welfare agencies to partner with school districts to provide stable educational experiences.
This information packet provides guidance, strategies and examples of how jurisdictions are addressing youth who run away from care.
Readiness indicators can be assessed through a range of strategies. Explore these resources and tools for child welfare settings.
Explore data about state approaches, children in care, and how money is invested in foster care vs. preventive and permanency services.
Casey Family Programs is investing in Alabama to keep children safe, make families strong and build Communities of Hope.
Title IV-E waiver projects demonstrate effective interventions, not just foster care.
This report describes the New York City Administration for Children’s Services experience incorporating 11 evidence-based and evidence-informed practice models into its continuum of preventive services.
This inaugural From Data to Practice report explores the relationship between services and outcomes in a cohort of youth served in CFS out-of-home care.