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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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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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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...
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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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The CWI's experience with the public and private sectors is wide-ranging. For 13 years, CWI operated two national resource centers under cooperative agreements with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services - The National Resource Center for Foster Care and Residential Care (1985-1990) and the National Resource Center for Child Maltreatment (1996-2004). They have helped make a difference...
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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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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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Welcome to the website of children's welfare international. CWI is committed to the well-being of each child we served. We strive to break the cycle of injustice and child poverty by providing a center in Liberia which serves as a safe haven – keeping Liberian. Organization which is also accredited in Liberia as a Non-governmental organization(NGO). Low income and under served communities. It...
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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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This site contains links to other web sites that may be of interest to you. The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) / Children's Bureau (CB) does not endorse the views expressed or the facts presented on these sites. Their contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not represent the official views or policies of the Children's Bureau. Access to this information does...
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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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National Center for Child Welfare Excellence (NCCWE) takes a broad child welfare perspective, embracing an interest in policies and practices that promote the well-being, safety and permanency of all children and youth while devoting special attention to those facing significant challenges in their environments. Our perspective also encompasses their families and their communities, recognizing...
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The Haryana State Council for Child Welfare was established on 1 st April, 1971, when the composite Punjab State Council for Child Welfare was bifurcated. The Haryana State Council for Child Welfare with its Headquarters at Chandigarh is governed by an Executive committee with His Excellency Governor, Haryana as its President and the Chief Minister, Haryana, as its Vice-President. It has set up...
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Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare TRC is the nation's first TRC to address child welfare and native people - formerly Maine Tribal-State Child Welfare TRC. We can work together to make sure that everyone simply follows laws and policies, or we can go deeper to figure out how to make changes because it is the right thing to do.". Uncover and acknowledge the truth about what happened to Wabanaki...
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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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The Western and Pacific Child Welfare Implementation Center (WPIC) was one of five regionally based Implementation Centers established in 2008-2013 to provide in depth and long-term technical assistance and consultation to selected counties, States, and Tribes in ACF regions IX and X. Our mission was to enhance the capacity of child welfare systems to achieve sustainable systems change that...
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The Child Welfare League of Canada (CWLC) is the voice for vulnerable children in Canada. Established in 1994, CWLC is a national, membership-based organization dedicated to promoting the protection and well-being of vulnerable children, youth and their families. We play a significant role in promoting best practices among those in the field of child welfare, child and youth mental health,...
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Published in English, French, and Russian, the Field Guide is used by many thousands of professionals worldwide who are committed to assuring protection and permanence for abused and neglected children. The Field Guide is comprehensive and well-grounded, pragmatic, logically organized, easy to read. It has proven to be an invaluable resource for anyone who works in child welfare or related...
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