We are more committed than ever to supporting tribal nations in building hope for children and families and ensuring ICWA is fully implemented.
Indian child welfare
Learn how a residential treatment center is helping tribal parents recover from substance use disorder with their children.
Striving to keep children safe at home, Circles of Support combines evidence-informed interventions within a culturally relevant context.
The new, bipartisan commission will study ways to improve programs and outcomes for Native youth.
American Indian children are disproportionately more likely to be victims of maltreatment and to be in foster care than the general population of children, according to 2012 data. Despite Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) guidelines, only 17 percent of American Indian children not living with a biological parent reside with an American Indian caregiver. This […]
This document explains how the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act benefits young people in care.