• July/August 2004
  • Vol. 5, No. 6

Resources

  • Child Welfare Collaborations: Lessons Learned
    Two recent publications document the challenges and successes of child welfare collaborations in the State of North Carolina and in Los Angeles County. While the details are specific to the local...
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  • Media Handbook on Child Abuse and Neglect
    A resource for journalists who cover stories on child abuse, neglect, and child welfare has just been published by Child Trends. The "Child Abuse and Neglect Media Handbook" is a 24-page guide...
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  • Uncommon Disorders in Children Who Have Been Severely Maltreated
    Children who have experienced severe maltreatment are at greater risk for developing a number of uncommon behavioral and emotional disorders. Clinicians in a position to diagnose and treat these...
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  • Special Issue: Court Appointed Special Advocates
    Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs), also know as guardians "ad litem" (GALs), are volunteers who advocate for the best interests of children in foster care. Across 45 States, there are...
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  • Swett Foundation
    Assistance for orphaned children (including promotion of their adoption) and intervention in the lives of troubled youth are two areas of interest for the Ralph and Eileen Swett Foundation. In...
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  • Online Fundraising Handbook
    Nonprofits looking to raise money through the Internet may find the "Online Fundraising Handbook" useful. Published by Groundspring.org (www.groundspring.org), an organization that helps...
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