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  • Child Maltreatment 2018

    This report presents national data about child abuse and neglect known to child protective services agencies in the United States during federal fiscal year 2018.
  • Report to Congress: The Child Welfare System Response to Sex Trafficking of Children

    This 2019 report summarizes current understanding and efforts related to children who run away from foster care and their risk of trafficking victimization, state efforts to serve children who are sex trafficking victims, and state efforts to support long-term connections to caring adults for children in foster care.
  • Child Maltreatment 2016

    This report presents national data about child abuse and neglect known to child protective services agencies in the United States during federal fiscal year 2016.
  • PI-17-05

    This Program Instruction (PI) provides guidance to states, territories, and insular areas (hereafter “states,” unless otherwise noted) on actions they are required to take to receive their allotments for federal fiscal year (FY)1 2018 (subject to the availability of appropriations) authorized under title IV-B, subparts 1 and 2, section 106 of CAPTA, CFCIP and ETV programs.
  • CCWIS Data and Reporting Requirements Presentation

    This DSS presentation describes the Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) Data Requirements as defined by Federal Regulation 45 CFR 1355.52(b) and CCWIS Reporting Requirements as defined by Federal Regulation at 45 CFR 1355.52(c) and provides examples.
  • Evaluation Brief: Evaluating Systems and Organizational Change in Child Welfare Settings

    This brief explores challenges and strategies for evaluating systems and organizational change in child welfare settings.
  • PI-16-05

    The purpose of this Program Instruction (PI) is to set forth the eligibility requirements and grant application procedures for the basic, data and training CIP grants for FYs 2017 through 2021 and to provide guidance on the requirements for state courts to continuously assess and improve the handling of court proceedings related to child welfare and enhance collaboration with title IV-E/IV-B agencies and tribes.
  • Interagency Collaboration to Address Human Trafficking

    This podcast covers how the project identifies victims; provides therapeutic services; brings juvenile justice agencies, the State's attorney office, and public defenders together for a common cause; and sustains communication and collaboration between agencies.
  • Developing and Sustaining a Parent Partner Program

    Parent partner programs bring together parents currently in the child welfare system with parents who were involved with the child welfare system in the past and succeeded in executing their case plan and being reunited with their children.
  • Cross-Center Evaluation Design: Capacity Building Collaborative

    This brief describes the framework and methods being used in the five-year Cross-Center Evaluation of the Capacity Building Collaborative.