Learn why and how child welfare agencies should partner with school districts to provide stable educational experiences.
This information packet provides guidance on how to help youth in foster care keep their academic credits when they have to change schools.
This overview describes the negative impacts of group and institutional settings and posits strategies for eliminating their overuse.
Explore effective strategies that child protection agencies can use to recruit and retain traditional and therapeutic resource families.
Explore strategies that establish a kin-first philosophy to prioritize kinship care for children and support relative caregivers.
This document provides information on which jurisdictions are operating under a consent decree, which are pending, and which have exited.
This document provides key themes and lessons learned from five states on practices involving intake screeners in their child welfare systems.
This information packet features five home visiting program models that have been found to be effective in reducing child maltreatment.
The relationship between congregate care and vulnerability to sex trafficking can be cyclical; this information packet explores the issue.
The number of infants who enter care because of opioids continues to rise. This Information Packet provides strategies for developing Infant Plans of Safe Care.