• July 2016
  • Vol. 17, No. 5

Child Welfare Research

Find the latest issue of the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare's CW360° and a brief presenting an updated theoretical framework for two-generation models for interrupting poverty cycles.

  • CW360°: A Comprehensive Look at Child Welfare Reform
    The spring 2016 issue of CW360° takes on the broad theme of child welfare reform, ranging from articles on the evolution of policy, practice, funding, and research methods to a variety of...
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  • Improving Outcomes for Children Affected by Parental Substance Use
    Children in homes where one or both parents have a substance use disorder are at risk for experiencing abuse, neglect, and related physical and emotional issues. Parental substance use also...
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  • Framework for Combatting Intergenerational Cycles of Poverty
    Targeted family goals should be the focus when designing an approach to intergenerational poverty, according to a report by the Urban Institute. The report draws on lessons learned from the...
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