Resource Library

Please apply a keyword search or select a search facet on the left to narrow search results.

Displaying 1 - 10 of 17

This brief present highlights of State reports from fiscal year 2012 to the National Youth in Transition Database, including information on independent living services paid for or provided to youth.

This webpage provides information to states planning their NYTD Review on why and how a state should involve young people in their NYTD Review process. It discusses ways a state can support young people including providing resources, ideas on how to prepare them, debriefing, networking opportunities, and compensation ideas to incentivize participation. There is also a checklist with recommended timelines to assist states in when they should engage state young people. The checklist references specific section within the Guide to the NYTD Review.

This report describes the results of the National Youth in Transition Database review for Alabama.

This report describes the results of the National Youth in Transition Database review for Arkansas.

This brief describes two Children’s Bureau programs through which young adults provide technical assistance to states about child welfare issues: the Young Adult Consultant program and the National Youth in Transition Database Reviewers program.

This report describes the results of the National Youth in Transition Database review for Illinois.

This worksheet is used to document findings from case reviews conducted during a NYTD Review.

The Child Welfare Compliance Reviews Team at JBS International, Inc., assists the Children's Bureau in recruiting, training, and maintaining a national NYTD Reviewer pool of young people who meet the established minimum requirements.

This report describes the results of the National Youth in Transition Database review for Maine.

The Child Welfare Compliance Reviews Team at JBS International, Inc., assists the Children's Bureau in recruiting, training, and maintaining a national NYTD Reviewer pool of young people who meet the established minimum requirements.