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.
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.
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.
Chapin Hall experts have brought together evidence about the connections between economic and concrete supports and involvement with child welfare. A comprehensive collection of this research is available in multiple formats.
Find resources to put plans into action and navigate both the technical and adaptive challenges of prevention planning and implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act.
Explore strategies to advance racial equity in child welfare presented by families and youth with lived expertise and other national experts. Pair videos with the related discussion guide to prompt learning and reflection on racial inequities and develop plans to put ideas into action.
This study explores physiological stress among child welfare professionals before and after the removal of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in June 2021.
As the third paper in a series of three, this article presents a study on the Anishinaabe worldview perspectives of Center staff and allies related to systems change in child welfare. The authors conducted interviews to analyze processes of systems change and provide examples, and guidance at the tribal, county, and state levels.
This article lists 9 ways to improve DEIB within your workplace.
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.