Casey Family Programs is investing in Alabama to keep children safe, make families strong and build Communities of Hope.
These resources explore disparities and inequities existing within the child protection system, and strategies to advance racial justice.
Explore findings from a study that looked at medical examiner data to conclude that true rates of fatal child abuse may be underreported.
Explore findings from a report that outlines why a consistent and coordinated approach to child fatality data is necessary.
Learn how Sacramento County CPS supports the community-led Black Child Legacy Campaign to reduce preventable deaths among Black children.
Learn from a study that examines the relationship between nonfatal maltreatment allegations and child fatalities in young children.
Learn from a research study that explores whether state-level social policies impact frequency and characteristics of child protection interventions.
Resources on this topical page provide summaries of key research studies that are applicable to the field of child welfare.
Explore findings from a study that shares how offering material supports to families is effective in reducing maltreatment.
Learn from a study that examines how requiring child support payments to child protection agencies can impact time to permanency.