“How Does Foster Care Work?” is an international collection of empirical studies on the outcomes of children in foster care. Drawing on research and perspectives from leading international figures in children’s services across the developed world, the book provides an evidence base for program planning, policy and practice. This volume establishes a platform for comparison of international systems, trends and outcomes in foster care today. Each contributor provides a commentary on one other chapter to highlight the global significance of issues affecting children and young people in care.
This reports provides you a comprehensive data profile of transition-age youth (TAY) involved with child protection system in Los Angeles County. There’s also the California version that is available. When youth emancipates from foster care […]
Villaraigosa, Chiang and Eastin Face Questions on Children’s Issues at Upcoming California Governor’s Forum
On May 15, California gubernatorial candidates, including Antonio Villairagosa, John Chiang and Delaine Eastin, will discuss the most critical issues facing the state’s 9.1 million children at a forum hosted by three Los Angeles-based nonprofit […]
A roundup of all the latest headlines, business news, opinion and analysis from The Chronicle of Social Change Funding Available Ohio: Early Intervention Training Services Texas: Expansion of the Family Violence Prevention Program California: Supportive […]