Dec/Jan 2003Vol. 3, No. 10Errata
In the November 2002 issue of Children's Bureau Express, we inadvertently identified Casey Family Programs as Casey Family Services in the Promising Practices section Casey Family Programs and Boston Department of Social Services Collaborate for Lasting Reform.
We apologize for any confusion this might have caused.
Based in Seattle, Casey Family Programs is a national operating foundation that supports children, youth, and families through local and national direct service programs, advocacy initiatives, and collaborations with other organizations and agencies. Its services include long-term foster care, adoption, kinship care, guardianship, family reunification, and transition services. Casey Family Programs was established in 1966 by Jim Casey, the founder of United Parcel Service.