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Youth Services now offers resources to help professionals and caregivers better understand the adolescent years, outlines strategies to prevent teen pregnancy, and provides information that addresses the needs of youth who become homeless and who have run away. Listen to interviews and conversations that share lessons learned and advice for enhancing services to protect children and strengthen...
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Gateway to resources on child abuse, adoption, child support, child care, directory, yellow pages, links, and more. The welfare of children is not a topic that is limited to the confines of a country border. It is a global concern. The internet directory Cybo has the widest coverage and the most comprehenisive set of contact information to date. The following are directory links to relevant...
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Join CWLA to participate in a national network that advances best practices and improves outcomes for children, youth, and families. It is critical that we stand together as one voice on public policy and best practice. As a CWLA member, you’ll receive exclusive benefits. The Child Welfare League...
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The Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence is Washington's first comprehensive statewide partnership dedicated to developing professional expertise for individuals working with vulnerable children and families. Three higher-education institutions—University of Washington, University of Washington...
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This easy-to-use website provides state-by-state policy information on a range of child welfare topics. Visitors can access up-to-date information on individual state policies and can compare their own state's policies to those of other states. New topics will be included in the database in the...
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The Child Welfare Society of Kenya is a State Corporation for the care, protection, welfare and adoption of children vide Legal notice 58 of 23/05/2014. It is the National Adoption Society for Kenya, the National Emergency Response, welfare and Rescue Organization for children. The government agency was established and gazetted in 1955 as an approved society gazette notice 1768 of 27/12/1955,...
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Child Welfare and Policy Group - a private, non-profit organization assisting child welfare systems with organizational change to improve practice and outcomes for children and families. The practice-related core of the R.C. principles included the following: Class members and their families shall have access to a comprehensive array of services, including intensive home-based services,...
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The Consortium for Child Welfare (CCW) is a coalition of human service agencies established in 1980 to improve child welfare services. Our mission is to advocate for vulnerable children, youth and families in the District of Columbia by uniting private human service providers to ensure a responsive and accountable system of care. This results in safety, family permanence, well-being and...
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The NCWWI is operated by the University at Albany School of Social Welfare and is made possible by grant number 90CT7002 from the Children's Bureau. The contents of this website are solely the responsibility of the NCWWI and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Children’s Bureau, ACYF, ACF, or HHS. Our purpose is to increase child welfare practice effectiveness through diverse...
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Our foremost philanthropic priority is to provide other nonprofit organizations with a means to educate the public about the needs of children across this nation. Not all American children grow up inside the comfortable definition of normal childhood development. For thousands, each day is a challenge marked by pain, prayer and perseverance. Many of these youngsters require specialized care. To...
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NICWA provides training and support for the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA). ICWA helps keep American Indian children with American Indian families. Family Resources Research NICWA conducts research to support effective policy- making and strengthen services for American Indian children. Protecting our Children. Preserving our Culture. NICWA improves the lives of American Indian...
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The National Center for Housing and Child Welfare (NCHCW) links housing resources and knowledge to child welfare agencies in order to improve family functioning, prevent family homelessness, and reduce the need for out-of-home placement. The Center’s work also includes a focus on youth permanency and independent living to ensure that older youth in foster care have a connection to permanent...
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Every year millions of people pledge to get back into shape. New Year’s resolutions are interesting, and they seem to abound in the relationship of weight management and losses. It’s something that is definitely something that you are going to want to pursue on a lot of different levels. Getting motivated to lose and get a handle on what works is tough, and that’s the reason why so many find...
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Information presented on the CEBC website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. When using information obtained from the CEBC, we ask that you please use the following acknowledgment: Material/Image/Information obtained from the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC) at www.cebc4cw.org. The CEBC is funded by the California Department of...
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Responsible for public assistance eligibility determination and ongoing case management of Food Assistance, Temporary Cash Assistance and Medicaid. Providing prevention, emergency/detoxification, and treatment services for individuals and families at risk of or affected by substance abuse. Provides supervision, direction, coordination, and administration of statewide activities related to the...
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Foster parenting is hard work that also comes with a lot of rewards. We support our foster, adoptive and other resource families through the entire journey. What's Available. P.R.I.D.E. stands for Parenting Resources for Information, Development and Education. It's the training required for becoming a foster or adoptive parents. Learn More. The Center's purpose is to train, develop and support...
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The US welfare system includes state aid and federal help through TANF. For those struggling through the hard economic times welfare could help. Learn more on the welfare program here. Eligibility for a Welfare program depends on numerous factors. Eligibility is determined using gross and net income, size of the family, and any crisis situation such as medical emergencies, pregnancy,...
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Iowa CWPTA strives to provide important training & resources for current & future childcare providers in order to protect the health & safety of. The Iowa Child Welfare Provider Training Academy is a partnership between the Coalition for Family and Children’s Services in Iowa and the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS). The intention is to develop and deliver training and related services...
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One of the easiest and most powerful things any parent can do is to read out loud to your children every single day. If possible, you can even do this twice a day. Try to set aside a specific reading time at some point during the morning, when the child’s brain is at its most receptive stage. In general, it is best to schedule this time 30 minutes to 2 hours after a morning meal, and not after...
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The Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy in New York recently released Hopeful Futures for New York’s Children, a policy brief that is the result of data analysis; dozens of interviews with child welfare experts and stakeholders; and a convening of advocates, providers and stakeholders held in the fall of 2015. This report puts forth a series... The well-being of children that come into...
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