Learn from research that explores how policies that reduce child poverty would result in lower involvement with child protective services.
Learn from an analysis that evaluated the accuracy of decisions of a central hotline to screen in or screen out reports that come in.
Learn how child protection agencies can support children whose parent or primary caregiver is incarcerated.
Learn how the START model serves families dually affected by parental substance use disorder and involved in the child welfare system.
Explore how sharing data across systems can lead to more community-based, proactive support for families.
Learn findings from a national survey in which three stakeholder groups voiced the systemic challenges faced by child welfare.
Understand how the COVID-19 shutdown resulted in limited surveillance without compromising child safety in New York City.
Learn findings from a study that analyzed permanency and equity outcome data for families that received kinship navigation services.
Explore how analyzing hotline data can inform and improve practice, aid in prevention efforts, and connect families to resources.
Learn how using demographic data can address inequities in child welfare and help to tailor and improve services.