Community curator Corey Best describes how Broward County, Fla., works with the community to advance racial justice in child welfare.
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Understand how access to fundamental and tangible economic supports can strengthen families and reduce child maltreatment.
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.
Learn how agencies can prepare to involve and share power with youth through youth advisory boards.
Learn about steps agencies can take to prepare for youth involvement in their systems change efforts.
Learn how to invest in youth partners to improve and transform the child welfare system.
Learn how organizations, partners, and key stakeholders can assess their readiness to co-design with people with lived experience.
Learn about key strategies New Jersey DCF has implemented to keep a low rate of turnover among its child welfare workforce.
Understand how the Family First Prevention Services Act supports Indiana’s commitment to deliver evidence-based services to families.
Findings from a research study show race-based differences in the rates of involvement in child maltreatment investigations.
Findings from a study show alternative response assignments for child neglect differ based on a family’s race and income level.
Casey Life Skills (CLS) is a free tool that assesses the behaviors and competencies youth need to achieve their long-term goals. It aims to set youth on their way toward developing healthy, productive lives.
Explore a variety of our resources related to parent partner programs.
Explore how My Community Cares supports and strengthens families in Louisiana through community-based programs and services.
Discover how the SafeCare home visiting program effectively supports positive parenting practices and reduces incidents of maltreatment.
Explore a variety of our resources related to the continuum of preventive legal advocacy.
Examine how helping families access resources that improve social determinants of health is part of the continuum of legal advocacy.
Examine how raising awareness for families about their legal rights and services is part of the legal advocacy continuum.
Examine how high-quality legal representation for parents in family court is beneficial as part of the legal advocacy continuum.