Permanency case reviews (PCRs) are being used in Sacramento to explore youth’s permanency options and help them find lifelong families.
States with Title IV-E demonstrations are using evidence-based practices, but more cost-benefit analyses are needed.
Government’s approach to funding often results in siloed service delivery systems that are difficult to coordinate, even on intricately connected issues.
Casey Family Programs is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Casey Excellence for Children Awards. These awards recognize outstanding individuals whose distinguished work, exceptional leadership and relentless dedication has improved the child welfare system. Award winners are selected from among a group of outstanding nominees within five categories: birth parents, alumni of foster […]
Watch a video highlighting the work of foster parent Michele Burnette, a winner of the 2014 Casey Excellence for Children Awards.
Watch a video highlighting the work of birth parent Eric Luciano, a winner of the 2014 Casey Excellence for Children Awards.
This report describes the Timely Permanency through Reunification Breakthrough Series Collaborative process. It highlights promising practices and outcomes.
The California Legislature authorized a project in 2007 to reform the state’s group care system. This 2013 report evaluates the project’s results.
At Norwood Elementary School in Los Angeles, children learn the fundamentals of reading, writing and arithmetic as their parents lay the foundations for building a community of hope.
The federal Child Welfare Demonstration Project allows states to apply for a waiver so that they may better invest their share of Title IV-E dollars.