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’ “Older Youth Learning Collaborative” supports the development of practice strategies and system improvements for 11- to 21-year-olds.
This report describes the Timely Permanency through Reunification Breakthrough Series Collaborative process. It highlights promising practices and outcomes.
This project was developed to increase legal permanency rates for older youth in foster care through the use of Permanency Roundtables.
Smart investments in Colorado offer hope to a teenager with big dreams.
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.
Native Americans in Philanthropy selected Casey Family Programs to receive its “Member of the Year Award” at a celebration dinner in Catoosa, Okla.
Parents who walk through any agency’s door in Boulder County will receive the services needed to strengthen their families and keep their children safe.