• March 2016
  • Vol. 17, No. 1

Child Welfare Research

We feature a study examining how U.S. refugee resettlement programs are serving the unique needs of child trafficking victims, a report on how youth in foster care are faring in California community colleges and universities, and more.

  • Youth Refugee Resettlement Programs for Trafficking Victims
    A recent study by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops examines how U.S. refugee resettlement programs are serving the unique needs of child trafficking victims, and concludes that—with...
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  • Stronger Educational Support for California Youth in Foster Care
    Youth in foster care who are enrolled in California community colleges and universities are not being adequately served by Federal or State programs, including access to financial aid, according...
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  • Maltreatment During Deployment in Military Families
    A summary of recent research prepared by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges shows that, while substantiated cases of child maltreatment occur less frequently in military...
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  • Comparing Evidence-Based Treatment Training Models
    Evidence-based treatment research often remains within university and educational settings; therefore, information is limited for professionals in the field. Child welfare professionals working...
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