• June 2017
  • Vol. 18, No. 4

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a brief that was designed to spur the development of a concrete and reliable set of measures for assessing whether young children are thriving and a study that reports on the effectiveness of in-home services in supporting reunification.

  • Measuring Children's Well-Being
    Children thrive in supportive environments that prepare them to deal with life's challenges. According to a new research brief from Child Trends and the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement...
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  • In-Home Support Promotes Birth Parents' Relationships With Their Toddlers Upon Reunification
    When birth parents are reunified with their child after foster care placement, they often need in-home support services to help prevent any recurrence of maltreatment leading to the child's...
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