Explore four principles that child welfare agencies should consider as they work to end the need for group placement settings.
Learn how child protection agencies and partner systems can best support youth who are victims or at risk of sex trafficking.
This overview describes the negative impacts of group and institutional settings and posits strategies for eliminating their overuse.
This learning exchange explores the “seven levers” that are key to ending the need for group placements in child welfare.
Learn from a participatory qualitative research report about the impacts of institutional placement on youth who experienced them.
Learn from five state agencies about their strategies for implementing the QRTP requirements of the Family First Prevention Services Act.
Learn about the steps Santa Clara County is taking to eliminate group and institutional placements as options for youth in foster care.
David Sanders discusses how child protection agencies and providers can move upstream to provide proactive support for families.
Jeremy Kohomban, President and CEO of Children’s Village, explains how Family First can catalyze the transformation of residential care.
These brief videos describe what it would take to re-envision residential care so that children grow up where they belong: with family.