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Promising Approaches

Published: June 28, 2012
Categories:
Monitoring
Topics:
Child Welfare
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The Children's Bureau actively identifies promising approaches in child welfare during the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs). Descriptions of the promising approaches are provided as a resource to States regarding areas of common concern identified during the CFSRs and the Program Improvement Plan process. The Children's Bureau does not make any representations pertaining to the effectiveness of the approaches and has not verified that they have been properly evaluated.

Promising Approaches by Topic
Select a topic to view descriptions of promising approaches from States that address the following topics:

Agency Collaboration
Agency Responsiveness to the Community
Case Review System
Child and Family Well-Being
Community Collaboration
Court Collaboration
Foster and Adoptive Parent Licensing, Recruitment, and Retention
Permanency
Quality Assurance
Safety
Service Array
Statewide Information System
Training

Agency Collaboration

Agency Responsiveness to the Community

Case Review System

Child and Family Well-Being

Community Collaboration

Court Collaboration

Foster and Adoptive Parent Licensing, Recruitment, and Retention

Permanency

Quality Assurance

Safety

Service Array

Statewide Information Systems

No descriptions are currently available at this time

Training

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State child welfare agencies interested in submitting information regarding additional promising approaches should contact the Child Welfare Reviews Project at cw@jbsinternational.com or (301) 565-3260.