• May 2007
  • Vol. 8, No. 4

News From the Children's Bureau

  • Helping Agencies Cope With Disasters
    The Federal Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 requires States and Tribes to develop plans for responding to disasters. A new publication from the National Child Welfare Resource...
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  • Toolkit for Annual Progress and Services Report
    The Children's Bureau website recently posted a toolkit to help with the development of the State and Tribal Child and Family Services Plan (CFSP)/Annual Progress and Services Report (APSR). This...
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  • Children's Bureau Discretionary Grant Announcements Available
    The Children's Bureau has begun to publish discretionary grant announcements for fiscal year (FY) 2007. The Bureau uses a competitive peer-review process to award discretionary grants for research...
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  • Online Catalog Debuts on Information Gateway
    The Child Welfare Information Gateway website has added an Online Catalog for easy accessibility to the 200+ titles that Information Gateway produces or distributes. Products cover a wide range of...
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  • Building Management Capacity for Workforce Recruitment and Retention
    A project out of the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service in New York is helping to shape the child welfare workforce in Connecticut. In conjunction with the Child Welfare League...
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  • State Logic Models, Reports, and Work Plans
    The National Resource Center for Child Protective Services (NRCCPS) has made available online its 2005 and 2006 logic models, technical assistance (TA) site reports, and work plans developed with...
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  • The Roundtable Focuses on Youth Permanency
    A new issue of "The Roundtable" focusing on youth permanency was recently released by the National Child Welfare Resource Center for Adoption (NCWRCA). Topics in the current edition include: ...
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  • New! On the Children's Bureau Site
    The Children's Bureau website carries information on child welfare programs, funding, monitoring, training and technical assistance, laws, statistics, research, Federal reporting, and much more....
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