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This paper aims to describe the experiences of youth preparing to age out of cluster foster care in South Africa.
The SOLID study aimed to investigate the feasibility of a definitive randomised controlled trial, comparing two behaviour change interventions to reduce risky substance use (illicit drugs and alcohol), and improve mental health, in young people in care.
This study examined how custodial grandmothers navigated the process of their grandchildren being reunified with a biological parent.
The goal of the present study was to better understand the scope and characteristics of rapid return, and to provide data-informed recommendations for service providers working with this population.
The present study uses concept mapping as an exploratory method, to identify themes that seem to be used by two groups of professionals in their judgement and decision making on reunification.
This brief from Child Trends explores the transition to adulthood for young people with foster care experience in the U.S., including federal policies impacting the transition.
This study sought to determine number and proportion of children of color with substance removals and whether disparities exist in likelihood of reunification compared to white children.
The purpose of the current study was to better understand the experiences of foster care youth to inform policy and practice recommendations that address the high rate of unintended pregnancies and early parenting among youth transitioning from foster care.
This paper addresses the conceptualization of ‘outcomes’ for care experienced people through an in-depth longitudinal study of 75 young adults in Denmark, England and Norway.
This tool is designed as an assessment framework that assists practitioners to identify and analyze the key starting point dynamics and determine implications for strategy in their work to transition an organization's model of care of children from institutional to a non-institutional model.