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These videos demonstrate the importance of mentoring not only for vulnerable and foster youth, but also for the mentors themselves.
This KIDS COUNT policy report underscores the importance of family-based care and calls for limiting the role of residential treatment care for children in the US
This KIDS COUNT policy report highlights the benefits of family care for children and the need to prioritize family settings for all children in the child welfare system in the United States.
This information packet provides an overview of deportation of family members in families of mixed immigration status in the United States, as it relates to child welfare.
This information packet from the National Center for Child Welfare Excellence presents demographic data on pregnant youth in foster care and best practice tips for pregnancy prevention among youth in foster care in the US, as well as an overview of a model pregnancy prevention program and a list of additional resources.
This paper, from the Juvenile Law Center in the United States, provides an overview of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014 as it relates to promoting well-being and normalcy for youth in foster care.
This document provides a brief overview of the findings of a study on public resources and policies that can help prevent or mitigate homelessness among young adults who have aged out of foster care in the US.
This information packet presents an overview of facts, statistics, policies, legislation, best practices, model programs, and additional resources related to the US child welfare system and the emotional and psychological well-being of children involved in that system.
SOS Children’s Villages issued a statement, in response to the earthquake in Nepal, urging against the use of international adoption of children from Nepal as a means of responding to the disaster.
This event is hosted by the Christian Alliance for Orphans. Workshops at this event will include themes specifically designed for pastors, laymen, Christian orphan care non-profits, and individuals looking for more information on orphan care and ministry.