• July/August 2008
  • Vol. 9, No. 6

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New Website on Youth Permanency Grantees

A new website highlights the accomplishments of the grantees in the Children's Bureau Youth Permanency Grant cluster. The 5-year grants were awarded in 2005 to nine organizations to implement effective open adoption programs for youth and sibling groups. The website features the progress of the grantee projects and includes:

  • Background information on the grant and its purpose
  • Reports and descriptions of each project, including such information as the target population and preliminary outcomes
  • Resources, tools, curricula, and surveys for working with birth and resource families, youth, courts, and social workers

Grantees have demonstrated success in connecting youth to permanent families through reunification, relative placement, and open adoption. The diversity of projects lends variety to the number and type of resources available on the new website, and this information may be useful to multiple programs in child welfare. New resources and updates will continue to be added to the website as they are developed by the grantees.

Announcement of the new website was made in May by three Children's Bureau National Resource Centers:

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