States with Title IV-E demonstrations are using evidence-based practices, but more cost-benefit analyses are needed.
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 […]
Watch a video highlighting the work of birth parent Timothy Phipps, a winner of the 2014 Casey Excellence for Children Awards.
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.
This report provides a lens on the American Indian Title IV-E grantee planning process during winter 2012.
This report examines how more than 600 youth formerly in care have fared as adults and what changes in foster care services could improve their lives.