Child Welfare

Home Visitors Left to Check on Parents from Afar

Ebony Middlebrook has spent a decade dropping by the homes of Los Angeles newborns and their families as a “home visitor” for Welcome Baby, a free program that coaches moms and dads on issues like […]

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Sobriety Support Program Among A Dozen New Candidates for Federal Child Welfare Funding

A popular model that supports child welfare-involved parents through addiction treatment is among 12 new candidates under review for new federal funding.  Sobriety Treatment And Recovery Teams, known as START, is a model started in […]

Child Welfare

Family Visits Are an Essential Service for Youth in Foster Care

In these challenging times when social distancing is required for public safety, how can we make it safe for children in foster care to have critical time with their birth families? Family time is an important […]

Child Welfare

Coronavirus: What Child Welfare Systems Need to Think About

The coronavirus has dominated headlines across the country as the federal government and state leaders scramble to pull together broad plans of attack for testing, quarantining and treating those with severe symptoms. This week, the […]