This learning exchange explores the “seven levers” that are key to ending the need for group placements in child welfare.
Quality of care
Learn from a participatory qualitative research report about the impacts of institutional placement on youth who experienced them.
Learn from five state agencies about their strategies for implementing the QRTP requirements of the Family First Prevention Services Act.
Explore best practices for collecting and using longitudinal data to assess outcomes for families.
Understand how the Family First Prevention Services Act supports Indiana’s commitment to deliver evidence-based services to families.
Learn how applying safety science principles to critical incident and child fatality reviews can enhance system accountability.
Explore a variety of our resources related to safety science and promoting a safety culture within child welfare agencies.
Explore a variety of our resources related to the topics of permanency and placement stability.
New York has found that casework teaming can help child welfare staff better meet the needs of the children and families they serve.
This brief summarizes key considerations for delivering virtual services and supports to families.