• June 2021
  • Vol. 22, No. 6

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a study on the advantages of placing children with family if out-of-home care should become necessary and a study that examines experiences that help youth in care develop relational permanency.

  • The Relationship Between Permanency Outcomes and Placement With Family
    A recent Casey Family Programs report—the third volume of the From Data to Practice series—presents findings on a study that evaluated whether placement with family impacts legal and relational...
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  • Study Examines Factors That Allow Youth to Achieve Relational Permanency
    Achieving legal permanency is one of the major goals of child welfare systems. However, not every child who has achieved legal permanency—reunification, adoption, or guardianship—has also achieved...
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