• November 2021
  • Vol. 22, No. 10

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This issue of CBX features National Adoption Month and brings to the forefront the need to find loving, stable, and permanent homes for children and youth waiting to be adopted. Read a message from Associate Commissioner Aysha E. Schomburg, Esq., and the Jim Casey Young Fellows about a new permanency option that aims to connect youth with caring adults while preserving key family relationships. This issue also includes valuable resources for professionals and the families they serve.

  • Introducing SOUL Family, a New Permanency Option
    Written by Patricia Duh and Sonia Emerson, Jim Casey Young Fellows with the Annie E. Casey Foundation, and Aysha E. Schomburg, J.D., associate commissioner, Children's Bureau This National...
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  • November Is National Adoption Month
    Each November during National Adoption Month, the Children's Bureau, in partnership with Child Welfare Information Gateway and AdoptUSKids, brings to the forefront the need to find loving, stable,...
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  • Identifying Families Who May Be Struggling After Adoption or Guardianship
    A study published in the Journal of Public Child Welfare, "Identifying Families Who May Be Struggling After Adoption or Guardianship," evaluated the use of administrative data in identifying...
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  • An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Adoption on Adoptive Siblings
    Although there is a large body of research on the impact of early childhood trauma on children who were adopted as well as on the impact adoption has on adoptive parents and children, there is not...
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