• July/August 2019
  • Vol. 20, No. 6

Child Welfare Research

Read about how interdisciplinary law approaches can help families both inside and outside the courtroom and improve child welfare outcomes, how afterschool programs help to strengthen protective and promotive factors for youth, and how innovative technologies can help increase an organization's capacity.

  • Research Addresses Afterschool Program Practices That Support Positive Youth Development
    Child Trends issued a white paper for policymakers in afterschool programming that looks at evidence-based practices that support positive youth development and affect substance use patterns,...
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  • The Use of Innovative Technologies in Child Welfare Services
    Agencies and organizations are increasingly turning to technology to better meet the needs of and improve outcomes for children and families involved in child welfare. New technologies and...
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