• July/August 2004
  • Vol. 5, No. 6

Child Welfare Research

  • Study Finds Supervised Visitation Beneficial for Young Children in Foster Care
    Young children in foster care who have frequent contact with their biological parents and fewer placements are more likely to have secure attachments, according to a study published in the April...
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  • Adopted Adolescents Generally Satisfied With Birth Parent Contact
    A study published in the April 2004 issue of "Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal" found adopted adolescents who have contact with their birth parents are generally more satisfied with the...
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  • KIDS COUNT Documents Trends in Child Well-Being
    U.S. children show improved well-being on a majority of indicators used to assess child welfare, according to the newly released "KIDS COUNT Data Book". A product of the Annie E. Casey Foundation,...
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  • States Work to Strengthen Marriages
    The increased interest by the Federal Government in strengthening marriages and supporting two-parent families has led to a wide variety of policy changes and activities at the State level since...
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