This tip sheet serves as a tool for youth-serving professionals in understanding the relevance of Youth Thrive™ Survey to their work and how it can help them best support young people.
This brief outlines how child welfare systems can implement these eight strategies to address existing disproportionalities and disparities for LGBTQ+ children, youth, and families, promote optimal well-being, and recognize and affirm the multidimensional identities of youth and families including race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and immigration status.
This brief provides an overview of inSIGHT: A Workshop on Implicit Racial Bias in Child Protection, which was developed in collaboration with the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity. Find our infographic showing highlights from the pilot workshop here.
This infographic highlights key feedback from participants of the pilot inSIGHT: Workshop on Implicit Bias for Child Protection Workers.
This brief provides guidance for child welfare domestic violence programs that serve both survivors and offenders, courts, and other collaborative partners about building protective factors that studies show lessen the impact of domestic violence on both child and adult survivors and promote their safety, healing, and well-being.
This report describes the Adult & Child Survivor-Centered Approach, an innovative, collaborative approach for addressing domestic violence and co-occurring child maltreatment in families who are involved in the child welfare system
This report provides information on the State’s progress in meeting the Modified Settlement Agreement requirements during the period of July 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018.
This infographic demonstrates the extraordinary amount of time required to obtain TANF benefits. NOTE: These public transit directions and commuting times were calculated mid-day, mid-week, using Google Maps. Actual times may vary and this infographic is intended as illustrative.
This report examines the performance of the District of Columbia’s child welfare system for the period of July 1, 2018 - March 31, 2019 and determines its progress.
The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) marks a substantial movement toward child welfare reform by bringing child welfare financing into alignment with what research tells us is best for children and families—keeping children in their homes whenever safe and possible. This brief provides an overview of key opportunities for DULCE to better support families as a part of a state’s prevention continuum.