Explore data about state approaches, children in care, and how money is invested in foster care vs. preventive and permanency services.
This resource highlights the tremendous costs of child abuse and neglect and the benefits of investing in programs aimed at children and families.
This report explores permanency outcomes for youth who, when referred to Casey services, were not residing with a family member.
What would the child welfare system look like if we could better support families before they are in crisis? Learn more in our 2019 signature report.
This report confirms kinship care as a preferred option for children when they cannot stay with their biological parents.
A study of high service users among youth in foster care in Tennessee and Florida using linked Medicaid and child welfare data.
This brief highlights considerations for child welfare agencies as they engage in predictive analytics.
Explore best strategies for recruiting and retaining tribal foster families to help American Indian and Alaska Native children thrive in their culture.
Communities across America are rethinking how they can keep children safe and provide the support that every child needs: a strong and loving family.
Our 2016 signature report marks Casey Family Programs’ 50th anniversary and reflects on the urgent need for a collective effort to build Communities of Hope.