This webinar discussed 90by30, a community-campus partnership based in Lane County, Oregon whose stated mission is to decrease child abuse 90% by the year 2030. This initiative is housed at the University of Oregon’s Center for the Prevention of Abuse and Neglect (CPAN), a community engagement, public health model using the Strengthening Families Protective Factors approach within a Collective Impact framework.
Publications & Resources
Advancing Healthy Outcomes: Eight Ways to Promote the Health and Well-Being of LGBTQ+ Youth Involved with Child Welfare through FFPSA
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.
inSIGHT: A Workshop on Implicit Racial Bias for Child Protection
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.
Pilot Participant Feedback Highlights from inSIGHT: Workshop on Implicit Bias for Child Protection Workers
This infographic highlights key feedback from participants of the pilot inSIGHT: Workshop on Implicit Bias for Child Protection Workers.
What do “Work Requirements” Actually Require? A look at programs that meet families’ basic needs in Montgomery County, Maryland
This brief explores work we have done to understand work requirements in Montgomery County, MD. Our goal is to learn what was required of families to apply for, and receive, TANF and SNAP.
Charlie and Nadine H. v. Murphy Progress Report XXIII (July 1-December 31, 2018)
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.
What do “Work Requirements” Actually Require?—INFOGRAPHIC
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.
LaShawn A. v. Bowser Progress Report (July 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019)
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.
People of the State of CA v. Humboldt County DHHS and Sheriff’s Office (September 1, 2018 – February 28, 2019)
This report examines the performance of Humboldt County’s Department of Health and Human Services, Child Welfare Services, and Humboldt County’s Sheriff’s Office for Monitoring Period II (September 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019) in meeting agreements to reform responses and systems to address child abuse and/or neglect reports, and determines progress.
Supporting All Families: Financing Streams to Support Prevention Programs—INFOGRAPHIC
This infographic depicts the different kinds of programs and resources available to children and families including those that are directed at mitigating risk and preventing the need for foster care.