• April 2011
  • Vol. 12, No. 3

Strategies and Tools for Practice

  • Effective Legal Representation and Advocacy for Parents
    The effectiveness of a program in Washington State to provide quality legal representation for parents whose children have been removed from their custody is the focus of a new study conducted by...
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  • Supporting Staff After a Child Welfare Crisis
    In order to help child welfare workers deal emotionally with a child fatality or other work-related crisis, the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC) developed a...
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  • Using Performance Management and Evaluation With Social Programs
    Child welfare programs are under increasing pressure to measure and analyze program data, but there can be uncertainty about the types of assessment necessary for reporting to funders or doing...
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