This document provides key themes and lessons learned from five states on practices involving intake screeners in their child welfare systems.
Workforce and organizational capacity
This strategy brief describes ways to integrate trauma-informed practice into all decision points in the child protection process.
Youth in foster care have high rates of trauma exposure. A trauma-informed child protection system can mitigate trauma’s adverse effects.
This brief summarizes Texas Department of Family and Protective Services strategies to decrease caseworker turnover in just over one year.
Effective supervision contributes directly to improved outcomes. This issue brief explores how to design an effective supervisory training.
Investing in supervisory quality can help an agency protect itself from high turnover; this resource list provides guidance.
High staff turnover is common in child welfare. It affects agencies, children and families. Explore factors and mitigation strategies.
This home visiting program in Washington state serves high-risk mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs during pregnancy.