Evidence2Success Framework Shapes Services for Black Youth in Miami

Lib­er­ty City is one of five com­mu­ni­ties across the coun­try car­ry­ing out the Foundation’s Evidence2Success® frame­work, a mul­ti-step approach that cul­ti­vates long-term part­ner­ships focused on child well-being between com­mu­ni­ties and pub­lic systems.

When Children are Not Safe in Out-of-Home Care

This project will be the first to use national data to take a comprehensive look at the incidence of child maltreatment among children in out-of-home care, the nature of that maltreatment (neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, or emotional maltreatment), and the relationship between child maltreatment in out-of-home care and child characteristics.

New Study to Apply Race Equity Lens to Federal Child Welfare Data

In a new project funded by the federal government, Chapin Hall and partners at Georgia State University will apply a race equity lens using national CFSR-3 administrative data performance measures. Specifically, we will examine whether state program improvement performance is associated with reduced racial disparities in the child welfare system.

The Impact of Turnover on Families Involved in Child Welfare

This brief consists of thirty resources divided into three sections (Impact, Community Voice, and Systems Transformation) that examine the impact of turnover and highlight the importance of studying and developing strategies to address this topic.