Learn how the START model serves families dually affected by parental substance use disorder and involved in the child welfare system.
Learn findings from a national survey in which three stakeholder groups voiced the systemic challenges faced by child welfare.
Learn findings from a national survey in which stakeholders identified important evidence gaps in child welfare research.
Learn about home visiting models that are effective in reducing child maltreatment.
This overview describes the negative impacts of group and institutional settings and posits strategies for eliminating their overuse.
Learn from a participatory qualitative research report about the impacts of institutional placement on youth who experienced them.
The child welfare field needs a bold research agenda to address key knowledge gaps in transformative ways to support family and community.
Understand how access to fundamental and tangible economic supports can strengthen families and reduce child maltreatment.
Explore best practices for collecting and using longitudinal data to assess outcomes for families.
Findings from a research study show race-based differences in the rates of involvement in child maltreatment investigations.