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This codebook shows the data elements included in a Child File submission, along with definitions, values, and technical guidance provided to states.

Looking To The Future: Building Communities Through Meaningful Cross-Agency Collaboration

20th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect Closing Plenary
September 2, 2016

This plenary session focused on leveraging public-private partnerships and interagency collaboration to strengthen and preserve families, reduce placements in out-of-home care, and provide support to children and youth in foster care.

This online publication combines historical source materials with contemporary reflections on the impact of CAPTA from leaders in the field.

This resource provides an overview of the Training and Technical Assistance project for the federal Permanency Innovations Initiative (PII).

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

This is a seminar for community treatment service providers in Washoe County, Nevada as part of the Nevada Initiative to Reduce Long-Term Foster Care. The seminar describes the initiative, the intervention, the concept for change, and the worker and treatment provider communications.

This presentation explains how the Illinois Permanecy Innovations Initiative (PII) project expects to increase rates of permanency for the target population and it describes the intervention being used, Trauma Affect Regulation: Guide for Education and Therapy (TARGET), a strength-based approach to education and therapy when youth and their families have been affected by trauma or experience a high level of stress related to adverse experiences.

Tanzer discusses PCA’s latest work with the FrameWorks Institute and recent research around communications, framing, and messaging.

In this webinar, the presenters talk about children's exposure to violence as witnesses in the context of child abuse and neglect.

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.