Innovative work in Gainesville, Florida has led to a significant decrease in the number of maltreated youth.
These compelling stories provide an up-close look at the challenges and successes experienced by children, families and professionals involved in the child welfare system.
In this video, former foster youth share their stories about their experiences in care and how society often perceives them.
Casey Family Programs announces the 2015 Casey Excellence for Children Award winners, recognizing outstanding efforts to improve the child welfare system.
Watch a video highlighting the work of birth parent Timothy Phipps, a winner of the 2014 Casey Excellence for Children Awards.
Watch a video highlighting the work of foster parents Jerry and Sally Ellis, winners of a 2015 Casey Excellence for Children Award.
Bobby and Teresa Coleman opened their Phoenix, Arizona, home to Bobby’s 15-year-old second cousin, adding to their family of three children, including one with special needs. The Colemans welcomed and encouraged a relationship and communication with their foster son’s family. […]
An alumnus of foster care, Lamar Graham is director of the Heart to Heart Food Pantry for First Community Church in Columbus, Ohio. There, he has greatly increased volunteers at the food pantry as well as local business donations. In […]
Building a Community of Hope must also involve private and philanthropic groups working differently than they have with government and local communities.
Government’s approach to funding often results in siloed service delivery systems that are difficult to coordinate, even on intricately connected issues.
Bob Watt, chair of Casey Family Programs’ Board of Trustees, introduces the 2014 signature report, A Declaration of Hope.