• May 2021
  • Vol. 22, No. 5

Child Welfare Research

We highlight an article about how child protective services data can predict placement disruption and an article that delves into how the use of trauma-informed practices within the justice system can mitigate youth violence and recidivism.

  • Spotting the Early Signs of Placement Disruptions in Foster Care
    Placement stability is a key indicator of success in foster care. Recognizing this, child welfare professionals have been increasingly looking at ways to identify when children and youth are at...
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  • A Systematic Review of the Impact of Trauma-Informed Treatment on Youth Violence and Recidivism
    A vast majority of youth involved in the juvenile justice system have experienced at least one traumatic childhood event. Children and youth involved with child welfare often come into the system...
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