• November 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 9

Strategies and Tools for Practice

CBX links you to information on sharing data, funding, making active efforts to reunify Indian children and families, and assessing your agency for cultural competence.

  • Sharing Data Across Youth-Serving Agencies
    A new promising practice profile from the Finance Project describes the development and implementation of Philadelphia's Policy Analysis Center (PAC), an initiative that began in 2010 to increase...
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  • Kinship Toolkit for GAP Funding
    The Fostering Connections Kinship Toolkit was designed to assist States considering applying for Guardian Assistance Program (GAP) funding. The toolkit was developed by the Resource Center's...
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  • Making Active Efforts for Indian Children in Out-of-Home Care
    A new publication from Oregon, Active Efforts: Principles and Expectations, offers guidelines for evaluating whether "active efforts" have been made in Indian child welfare cases in...
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  • Assessing for Cultural Competence
    The National Center for Cultural Competence recently published A Guide for Using the Cultural and Linguistic Competence Family Organization Assessment Instrument. The CLCFOA was developed as a...
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