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  • June 2015
  • Vol. 16, No. 5

Child Welfare Research

CBX points to an article on a study examining the proportion of Latino children with noncitizen parents who are involved with child welfare, a study on the link between childhood adversity and food insecurity, and more.

  • Child Welfare Workers and Father Engagement
    A recent article in the Journal of Family Strengths examines a study on the challenges child welfare workers have in engaging fathers in case planning. The article discusses agency workers'...
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  • Linking Childhood Adversity and Food Insecurity
    A recent study examines the connection between adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and food insecurity among adult caregivers. The Childhood Stress study interviewed 31 mothers of young children...
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  • Citizenship Status of Child Welfare-Involved Latino Families
    An article in Children and Youth Services Review describes the first study to use national data to estimate the proportion of Latino children with noncitizen parents who are involved with child...
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  • Federal Funding of Child Welfare Programs
    A new report from the Congressional Research Service provides a detailed picture of the current levels of Federal funding for fiscal year (FY) 2015 for a wide array of child welfare programs....
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