• July 2012
  • Vol. 13, No. 6

Child Welfare Research

Learn about a family finding program in New York, how certain types of kinship care arrangements impact reunification, and more news from the child welfare field.

  • Florida's Family-Centered Visiting
    Parent-child and sibling visiting is an important component of family-centered practice that can help achieve timely reunification. The State of Florida has successfully implemented a...
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  • Family Finding and Rethinking Connectedness in New York
    After the 2008 Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) showed poor permanency outcomes for youth in New York State, staff at Hillside Family of Agencies realized something had to change. To...
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  • Children With Incarcerated Parents: Mental Health Aspects
    The spring 2012 issue of Child Rights Litigation, an American Bar Association (ABA) publication, features an article about meeting the needs of children with incarcerated parents. The authors also...
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  • Setting Limits to Support Reunification in Kinship Care
    Kinship caregivers raising the children of relatives, especially relatives affected by substance abuse, need help from professionals to establish appropriate boundaries and set limits to their...
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  • Victimizations Known to Authorities
    Less than half of all incidents of child victimizations are known to police, schools, or medical authorities, according to the latest National Study of Children's Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV)....
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  • CW360: Secondary Trauma in Child Welfare
    The spring 2012 issue of CW360° is dedicated to the topic of secondary trauma and the child welfare workforce. Twenty-four articles written by a wide variety of child welfare, medical, mental...
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