This month, CBX spotlights data integration in child welfare, with a solid introduction on the topic, as well as examples from across the country of the innovative ways jurisdictions and organizations are beginning to share, integrate, link, and better use child welfare data.
- From SACWIS to AdoptUsKids' Photolistings
- Improving Court and Child Welfare Data Exchange
- Linking Data on Children and Incarcerated Mothers
- Using Data for System Change With Infants and Families
- Promoting the Use of Data in a System of Care
- Children's Bureau Hosts the National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit
- North Carolina's Practice Notes Champions Data
- What Is Data Integration?
Spotlight on National Adoption Month
Spotlight on Youth Homelessness
News From the Children's Bureau
CBX links you to the latest information and resources from the Children's Bureau and its T&TA Network, including a model for supervision, a site visit report on supervisor training, guidance on monitoring privatized services, and more.
CBX highlights new research on the factors that influence worker turnover in child welfare agencies, the tremendous costs to society of allowing youth to age out of foster care without the necessary supports, and recent statistics on the numbers of children growing up in homes with a substance-abusing parent.