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This joint statement by several legal organizations describes ways in which the court system can support families involved with child welfare during the COVID-19 pandemic, including ensuring access to due process and counsel and promoting family time, case review, and the role of court leadership.

This letter outlines changes to two formula grant opportunities: extending the application deadline for kinship navigator program funding and eliminating the application requirement for Family First Prevention Services Act Transition Grants. These changes are intended to ease administrative burdens during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This letter urges attorneys, courts, Court Improvement Programs, and administrative offices of the courts to work together to ensure that requisite judicial proceedings continue during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This webinar described Idaho's and Arizona's experiences implementing child welfare information systems using Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) cloud computing. The state panelists shared their experiences and took questions from participants regarding their state solution architecture, cloud solution procurements, cloud vendor management, solution implementation, and user experience.

CCWIS Technical Bulletin #2

Data Sharing Between CCWIS and Child Welfare Contributing Agencies
September 29, 2017

This technical bulletin, re-issued on January 27, 2020, provides title IV-E agencies that choose to develop a Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) with guidance on identifying and collaborating with child welfare contributing agencies (CWCAs), options for data sharing, and related cost allocation requirements.


April 21, 2015

This page provides a map and the status of each state's SACWIS.

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

Positive parenting is a crucial part of preventing child maltreatment and child abuse and neglect.