• July/August 2021
  • Vol. 22, No. 7

News From the Children's Bureau

We highlight a pilot and evaluation of a new tool developed to measure educators' use of coregulation within youth-serving programs, the Children's Bureau's Early Childhood-Child Welfare grants, information about the availability of pandemic relief funds for young people in foster care, and a brief listing of the latest additions to the Children's Bureau website.

  • Tool for Measuring Coregulation in Youth-Serving Programs
    It is important for youth to develop skills to help them manage their thoughts and feelings, engage in goal-directed behavior, express emotions appropriately, solve problems, and delay...
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  • Early Childhood-Child Welfare Grants: Where Are They Now?
    In 2011, the Children's Bureau (CB) funded nine Early Childhood-Child Welfare (ECCW) grants to build local community partnerships that maximize the enrollment and attendance of infants and young...
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  • Funds Still Available Through the Supporting Foster Youth and Families Through the Pandemic Act
    The COVID-19 public health emergency has been especially stressful for families involved with child welfare and particularly for youth and young adults transitioning out of the foster care system....
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  • CB Website Updates
    The Children's Bureau website hosts information on child welfare programs, funding, monitoring, training and technical assistance, laws, statistics, research, federal reporting, and much more. ...
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