• June 2016
  • Vol. 17, No. 4

Child Welfare Research

Find a report on supportive housing programs for child welfare-involved families, a working paper examining the benefits for the social work sector of investing in big data capture, and more.

  • Supportive Housing Practices for Child Welfare-Involved Families
    A report by the Urban Institute explores the work of Federal grantees focused on supportive housing programs for child welfare-involved families that is helping to establish practices for...
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  • Long-Term Benefits of Behavioral Health Services
    The Washburn Center for Children, a Minneapolis-based mental health agency, formed a partnership with the University Of Minnesota's Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW) to examine...
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  • Harnessing Data to Inform Policy and Practice
    A working paper from the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare (AASWSW) examines the benefits for the social work sector of investing in big data capture. The paper, Harnessing Big...
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  • Involving Youth in Foster Care in Court Cases
    New data show that youth in foster care want to be involved with their legal proceedings and that courts are able to more effectively intervene on their behalf when they do. The American Bar...
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