Document Tag: Report/Paper

Child Welfare Systems Change: NCWWI Advisory Board Recommendations

The NCWWI Advisory Board was charged to “reimagine” the child welfare system by focusing on promoting child and family well-being. Through their deliberations and recommendations, this “re- envisioning” document, Child Welfare Systems Change, was generated to inform ways to build a child welfare system that is family-centered, anti-colonial, and anti-racist. In the three-tiered prevention approach, …

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Child Welfare Practice to Address Racial Disproportionality and Disparity

This bulletin provides a brief overview of the problem of racial and ethnic disproportionality and disparity in the child welfare system. It then describes practices that child welfare caseworkers, administrators, program managers, and policymakers can implement to address these issues in general and at specific decision-making points along the child welfare continuum.

Task Force on Native Americans in Social Work Education Final Report: Status of Native Americans in Social Work Higher Education

This report compiles the work of two projects launched by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) to move forward research on Native Americans in social work education. The first is a a data collection initiative on Native American students and faculty, as well as Native American content in social work curriculum. The second is …

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Utah’s Family First Plan Approved

The Utah Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Family First Prevention Services Act plan, approved by the Federal Children’s Bureau will allow more children at risk of entering foster care or juvenile justice to remain safely at home. Utah is the first state and second child welfare agency (Washington D.C.) to have an approved prevention plan. …

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