This strategy brief provides information about key elements of kinship navigator programs, jurisdictional examples, and evaluation outcomes.
This webinar series details how two jurisdictions have approached evidence-based practice implementation in preparation for Family First.
NYC found that a combination of community engagement and parent education was effective in reducing sleep-related infant deaths.
This information packet features five home visiting program models that have been found to be effective in reducing child maltreatment.
Home visiting programs can provide parents with the necessary tools, support, and knowledge to keep children safe and prevent future harm.
This report describes the New York City Administration for Children’s Services experience incorporating 11 evidence-based and evidence-informed practice models into its continuum of preventive services.
The committee, jointly appointed by President Obama and Congress, developed a national strategy and recommendations for keeping more children safe from harm.
Dr. William C. Bell speaks to the Breakfast Group, a Seattle-based nonprofit organization of African American professional men.