Data-Driven Decision Making

2022 Signature Report, Investing in Equity: Sustaining hope for children and families

Casey Family Programs recognizes that the safety and well-being of children must be seen in the context of their families, and that the stability and resilience of those families must be seen in the context of the conditions in the communities where they live. Improving the lives of children and families requires addressing the social […]

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Family First Toolkit Part 3: Evaluating & Improving Quality

The tools in this kit align with the second phase of Family First Implementation: evaluating and improving quality. These tools focus on identifying and collecting the necessary data for Family First CQI and provide guidance to help jurisdictions build the infrastructure for a CQI process that identifies gaps in performance, explores underlying conditions, and promotes

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Elevating Culturally Specific Evidence-Based Practices

This brief provides an overview of ten culturally specific programs and two culturally responsive interventions, the evidence for each, and the considerations for next steps to have each reviewed and possibly approved by the Prevention Services Clearinghouse. Each was uniquely and intentionally designed for people of color, with varied social economic status, and seeks to

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Methods and Emerging Strategies to Engage People with Lived Experience: Improving Federal Research, Policy, and Practice

This brief identifies lessons learned and key considerations from a range of methods for engaging individuals with lived experience to improve federal research, policy, and practice. The findings are based on a comprehensive environmental scan, key informant discussions, and consultations with lived experience experts.

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