Government’s approach to funding often results in siloed service delivery systems that are difficult to coordinate, even on intricately connected issues.
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Communities of Hope start with bold local leaders who share a common sense of purpose. But good intentions aren’t enough. We need a new set of tools.
Creating a Community of Hope that will ensure the safety and success of children begins with local leaders who challenge others to think differently.
The 2012 Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act has set the stage for important and meaningful improvements to child welfare in America.
Hope comes in a variety of forms to move Philadelphia forward.
Smart investments in Colorado offer hope to a teenager with big dreams.
At Norwood Elementary School in Los Angeles, children learn the fundamentals of reading, writing and arithmetic as their parents lay the foundations for building a community of hope.
Data mapping can enlighten communities as they pursue hope.
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.
We work every day to achieve the goal of ensuring all children in our direct care have a safe, lifelong family to call their own. Raevyn is one of those children.