These two short videos featuring experts on safety offer insights on how to promote a culture around safety within child welfare agencies.
We believe that a skilled and stable child welfare workforce supported by quality-focused agency environments are key to improved outcomes for children and families. Leaders from the field have asked for resources on building healthy organizations. The documents featured here reflect responses to inquiries about developing an effective workforce and building data-informed infrastructure so that child welfare agencies function at their best.
This brief highlights strategies that Georgia and New York employed to develop and fund their kinship navigator programs.
Scott Modell, Noel Hengelbrok, and Michael Cull introduce the concept of safety science and offer ways child welfare can respond differently to create a safety culture.
This three-part webinar series demystifies child welfare funding streams and builds foundational understanding of child welfare financing.
This brief summarizes Texas Department of Family and Protective Services strategies to decrease caseworker turnover in just over one year.
Effective supervision contributes directly to improved outcomes. This issue brief explores how to design an effective supervisory training.
Preventing crisis demands swift action followed by policy creation informed by data analysis, research evidence and workload management.
Investing in supervisory quality can help an agency protect itself from high turnover; this resource list provides guidance.
This list presents resources related to funding child welfare services, including challenges and recent funding trends.
High staff turnover is common in child welfare. It affects agencies, children and families. Explore factors and mitigation strategies.