• July/August 2006
  • Vol. 7, No. 6

Strategies and Tools for Practice

  • Providing Permanency With Subsidized Guardianship
    A significant proportion of children in long-term foster care live with relatives—at least 25 percent—but many are unable to achieve permanency because their kinship caregivers cannot afford to...

  • Survey of Practices to Reduce Disproportionality
    While a number of studies have documented the overrepresentation of minority children in the child welfare system, effective strategies to address this problem have been scant. A recent survey of...

  • Systems of Care for the Most Vulnerable Families
    The rise in the number of children and youth in need of behavioral health (mental health or substance abuse) services requires greater coordination among behavioral health systems and the child...