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This resource provides an overview of the Kansas Intensive Permanency Project (KIPP), one of six Permanency Innovations Initiative (PII) grantees.

This brochure provides an overview of the  Kansas Intensive Permanency Project (KIPP), its connection to the Permanency Innovations Initiative (PII), and the intervention used by KIPP, the Parent Management Training - Oregon Model (PMTO™).

This notice from the Federal Register announces the opportunity for public comment on the policy interpretation of section 106(b)(2)(B)(x) articulated in question 2.1A.4 #8 of the Child Welfare Policy Manual (CWPM), which concerns the public disclosure of findings or information about a case of child abuse or neglect which results in a child fatality or near fatality.

The presentation outlines the Department of Defense's prevention programs and how they are geared to provide support to active duty and reserve component members and their children, youth, and families.

NCCAN 16 Plenary Session IV

Collaboration Works! Ten Years of Progress in Improving Outcomes for Children and Families
April 20, 2007

This resource provides a transcript of Plenary Session IV of the 16th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect.

This webinar presented results from a recent systematic review of parent training programs that are intended to prevent behavior problems among children aged 0-7.

This resource provides an overview of the Evaluation Team for the federal Permanency Innovations Initiative (PII).

NCCAN 16 Plenary Closing Luncheon

Drawing on Cultural Strengths to Move Toward a More Child-Centered, Family Friendly Society
April 21, 2007

This resource provides a transcript of the closing luncheon at the 16th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect.

This presentation was created by the RISE grantee as an orientation to issues relevant to youth in foster care who are lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered and question (LGBTQ) and the importance of emotional support.