This data overview looks at trends for American Indian/Alaska Native children in care nationally, and in California and Washington.
These two brief videos underscore how being a data-driven system can help staff with decision-making and prioritization.
A study of high service users among youth in foster care in Tennessee and Florida using linked Medicaid and child welfare data.
Our 2018 signature report explores how communities are building hope for children and families though innovation, knowledge and shared commitment.
This brief highlights considerations for child welfare agencies as they engage in predictive analytics.
Children and caregivers in the child welfare system have a high degree of unmet service needs.
Geographic analysis techniques and other tools can be useful to improve outcomes and inform community-building efforts.
Communities of Hope start with bold local leaders who share a common sense of purpose. But good intentions aren’t enough. We need a new set of tools.
What happens to Birmingham’s vulnerable children and families in the next 15 years will be determined by whether change occurs in the city’s 28 ZIP codes.