Learn how using economic and concrete support strategies to address basic needs can support families and help prevent family separation.
Learn how the child welfare system can support kinship caregivers whose families are affected by substance use disorders.
Learn how Texas invested in primary and secondary prevention programs to prevent child maltreatment using a public health framework.
Learn how child protection agencies can implement a trauma-informed, healing-centered approach to support children and families.
Learn how San Francisco uses Medicaid Administrative Activities (MAA) as a federal funding source to support its family resource centers.
Learn how Medicaid can be a key funding source for peer support services for youth in foster care.
Learn how Connecticut integrated trauma-informed practices throughout its child welfare system with an innovative approach.
Learn how several jurisdictions are implementing strategies to recruit and retain a strong child welfare workforce.
Learn about program development and funding stream recommendations from kinship navigator program experts in several states.
Learn from research that explores how policies that reduce child poverty would result in lower involvement with child protective services.