Learn how maltreatment reports to the hotline changed during COVID-19, and how families can be better supported at a community level.
David Sanders discusses how child protection agencies and providers can move upstream to provide proactive support for families.
Learn about a resource guide that was created and distributed in New Hampshire to support child and family well-being.
When public health nurses accompany caseworkers on investigations, the results can be beneficial to child and family well-being.
Learn from a study that explores how making reports to CPS may lead to over-surveillance and trauma for families.
Judge Ernestine S. Gray of New Orleans shares the values and beliefs that guide her work to strengthen communities and families.
Learn findings from a study that describes the relationship between police contact with families and the reporting of child maltreatment.
San Diego’s child protection agency partners with 2-1-1 to support families involved in unsubstantiated reports to the hotline.
Learn from a study that examines the relationship between previously reported sentinel injuries and later physical abuse in infants.
This brief examines the parallels that exist between strategies for hiring staff and decision-making processes in child protection.