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Explore a conceptual model that describes how components of judicial decision-making and child welfare hearing quality relate to the case process and outcomes for children and families.

See select findings from the Descriptive Study of the Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program, including characteristics of youth in the URM Program; the services local URM programs offered and provided to youth; innovative practices, successes, and lessons learned in serving URM youth; and available data on URM youth’s experiences and outcomes.

This brief describes grantees’ experiences engaging youth in Youth At-Risk of Homelessness (YARH) interventions, including the methods they used to engage youth in services. The brief should be of interest to individuals who work with youth in similar circumstances, including service providers, program administrators, program evaluators, and funders.

This document describes how the Compendium of Measures and Data Sources: Understanding Judicial Decision-Making and Hearing Quality in Child Welfare can be a valuable resource for child welfare legal professionals.

OPRE's brief "State Approaches to Extending Chafee Services to Age 23" describes how some states implemented the extension of Chafee-funded services to age 23, why some eligible states did not seek approval to extend, and common challenges states experienced in supporting older young adults.

OPRE’s Fathers and Continuous Learning project has published a brief on the unexpected challenges teams participating in the project's Breakthrough Series Collaborative faced during COVID-19, and their innovative adaptations to allow the work to continue.

Learn how six programs provide services to Unaccompanied Refugee Minors, from OPRE's Descriptive Study of the Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URM) Program.

Learn about research on child welfare court hearing quality and how it affects case processing and outcomes.