Summaries and Profiles of Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects Active between 2012 to 2019

This webpage provides summaries and profiles of the active Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration projects, including their programmatic goals, proposed service interventions, and evaluation designs.

Table of the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations Active between 2012 to 2019 (March 2021) - This document provides a summary table of the Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration projects active between 2012 to 2019.

Profiles of Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations Approved in Federal Fiscal Years 2012—2014 - This report outlines State title IV-E demonstration waivers that allowed flexibility in the use of federal funds for alternative services and supports that promoted safety, permanency, and well-being for children in the child protection and foster care systems.

Title IV-E Waiver Demonstrations: History, Findings, and Implications for Child Welfare Policy and Practice - This report provides evaluation findings from child welfare demonstration projects implemented from the late 1990s through 2019 that promoted innovations in child welfare programs, services, policies, and financing. Program influences in federal child welfare legislation enacted over the past decade also are explored.

Table of the Active Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations (August 2017) - This document provides a summary of the Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration projects, including their implementation statuses.

Summary of Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations by Jurisdiction (March 2017) - This document provides a detailed summary of the active Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration projects, including their core interventions, key outcomes, and methods to measure cost neutrality.

Summaries and Profiles of Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations Active between 2012 to 2019 (August 2019) - This webpage provides summaries and profiles of the Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations through Federal Fiscal Year 2019, including their programmatic goals proposed service interventions, and evaluation designs.

Special Topic Paper — Child Welfare Waiver Demonstrations and Evidence-Based Programs - This paper explores jurisdictions' efforts to implement and evaluate evidence-based programs (EBPs) as part of a child welfare waiver demonstration from 2012 through the first half of 2019. It addresses the successes and challenges of implementing EBPs; maintaining fidelity to the service models with child welfare populations; and findings related to child and family safety, permanency, and well-being.

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