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  • State Panel Discussion on Education Data Exchange

    Published: December 14, 2017
    In this presentation, the Children's Bureau hosted a state panel discussion on building and maintaining data exchanges between education and child welfare information systems. This discussion included a description and background of the data exchanges for Kentucky, New York, New York City, and Wisconsin. Topics discussed included data security and use, maintaining and enhancing the data exchange, and lessons learned.
  • State Panel Discussion Recording Intake Calls

    Published: June 27, 2018
    The Children's Bureau, Division of State Systems (DSS) hosted a state panel discussion about recording intake calls.  The panel, consisting of representatives from Colorado, Iowa, and New Jersey, responded to questions about their reasons for recording intake calls, how their child welfare service providers use the recordings, and about their lessons learned.  The webinar concluded with a question and answer segment.
  • State Panel Discussion Cloud Computing

    Published: September 5, 2018
    The Children's Bureau hosted a state panel discussion on implementing cloud computing/cloud solutions for child welfare information systems. This discussion included a description and background of each state’s implementation of a cloud solution, maintenance and enhancements of the systems with this approach, and lessons learned. The panel concluded with a question and answer session.
  • Genogram – Family Relationship Diagram

    Published: February 14, 2018
    Family relationship diagramming or genograms provide a visual tool for charting basic family structure and exploring family and case relationships across time.The genogram can be useful in gathering information about family members, understanding relationship dynamics and behavioral patterns, conducting assessments, exploring placement and family support options, and guiding casework to useful and needed interventions.Title IV-E agencies can use genograms as tools in both assessment and intervention.
  • State Panel Discussion for Courts Data Exchange

    Published: January 17, 2018
    In this presentation, the Children's Bureau's Division of State Systems (DSS) hosted a state panel discussion on building and maintaining a data exchange between courts and child welfare information systems. This discussion included a description and background of the state data exchanges in Utah, Alabama, District of Columbia, and Texas. The participants conversed about data security and use, maintenance and enhancements of the data exchanges, and lessons learned.
  • Montana Subsequent Primary Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility Review (2018)

    Published: June 11, 2018
    This report describes the results of the subsequent primary review of Montana’s Title IV-E foster care program.
  • New Jersey Subsequent Primary Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility Review (2018)

    Published: June 4, 2018
    This report describes the results of the subsequent primary review of New Jersey’s Title IV-E foster care program.
  • South Dakota Subsequent Primary Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility Review (2018)

    Published: May 21, 2018
    This report describes the results of the subsequent primary review of South Dakota’s Title IV-E foster care program.
  • Casework: What it Really Takes

    Published: October 18, 2018
    Are you ready for your first day as a caseworker? What are the challenges you will face, and how can you adapt to meet them? These are questions new caseworkers may be faced with very quickly as they embark on a career in child welfare. The desire and passion to help children and families is admirable, but performing the roles required of caseworkers takes hard work and can be emotionally taxing.
  • PI-12-03

    Published: March 18, 2012
    This Program Instruction (PI) provides information on the availability of Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Children's Justice Act Grants to States Under the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA).

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