• February 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 1

Strategies and Tools for Practice

CBX links you to tools and examples of programs that promote legal representation in child welfare cases, engaging parents, meeting the mental health needs of children in foster care, and working with immigrant families.

  • Models for Effective Legal Representation of Parents
    In response to an emerging national consensus that quality legal representation for parents can help ensure the most appropriate outcomes for families and children involved in the child welfare...
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  • Parent Involvement Programs That Work
    Parent involvement programs can play a significant role in enhancing parents' ability to help their children acquire or strengthen the behaviors, skills, attitudes, and motivation that promote...
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  • Implementing Mental Health Guidelines
    A new resource from the REACH Institute, Mental Health Practices in Child Welfare Guidelines Toolkit, helps child welfare agencies address the mental health needs of children, youth, and families...
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  • New Resources for Working With Immigrant Youth and Families
    Recent resources from American Humane and from Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services (BRYCS) offer tools and tips for child welfare workers whose caseloads include immigrant children and...
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