Learn findings from a study that analyzed permanency and equity outcome data for families that received kinship navigation services.
These awards recognize individuals who have dedicated themselves to improving outcomes for children and families in the child welfare system.
This learning exchange explores the “seven levers” that are key to ending the need for group placements in child welfare.
Jonathan Nez, president of the Navajo Nation, reflects on the Indian Child Welfare Act and its importance to the Navajo Nation.
Explore why four principles of the Indian Child Welfare Act should form the basis of child welfare practice for all agencies.
Explore the benefits of guardianship as part of a strong kin-first continuum of supports for children and families.
Explore a variety of our resources related to the topics of permanency and placement stability.
Constituent voices are key to understanding how we can support families in raising safe, happy and healthy children. Hear what they have to say.
Learn about the steps Santa Clara County is taking to eliminate group and institutional placements as options for youth in foster care.