Connecticut has integrated trauma-informed practices throughout its child welfare system by way of an innovative approach called CONCEPT.
Striving to keep children safe at home, Circles of Support combines evidence-informed interventions within a culturally relevant context.
Learn how a foster parent and parent partner worked together to wrap supports around a birth mother so she could reunify with her child.
NYC found that a combination of community engagement and parent education was effective in reducing sleep-related infant deaths.
The Parents for Parents program matches parents who have been reunified with those newly involved with child welfare to provide support and guidance.
This bright spot describes how Georgia and Alabama created a border agreement to expedite placement of children with kin across state lines.
This home visiting program in Washington state serves high-risk mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs during pregnancy.