States can ensure consistent health care coverage for children in foster care by implementing continuous eligibility for Medcaid or CHIP.
Lessons from Other Fields
This brief describes Medicaid financing and covered services for children involved with a child protection agency.
Learn how the use of Medicaid state plan amendments and waivers can support children in foster care.
This brief describes how Medicaid funds can support residential treatment programs and outlines considerations for FFPSA implementation.
The first in a series, this strategy brief explores how behavioral science offers insights into critical decision points in child welfare.
Behavioral science offers ideas to improve the recruitment process for foster and adoptive parents in child welfare.
Behavioral science offers insights into the hotline, screening, and investigation and assessment decision points in child welfare.
Behavioral science can inform system design to improve placement decisions and placement stability for children in foster care.