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The present quantitative study of adolescents in orphanages in South Korea explored the following questions: (1) Do adolescents in institutions experience cognitions and feelings about birth parent loss? (2) What is the association between birth parent loss and mental health (depression, trauma), behavior problems (YSR total internalizing, externalizing), and school problems (school engagement, grades)?
This page from the Human Rights Campaign provides a list of resources for child welfare professionals working with LGBTQ youth and families.
This article examines the positive and negative ways in which media affect the processes of out-going adoption from the U. S. and disrupted adoption.
The aim of this paper is to define social and psychological problems faced by children of unknown parentage in foster families in the governorate of Muscat, Oman.
This report outlines the learning from a project aimed at involving care-experienced young people and the voluntary sector in the inspections of local authority children's services and identifies the added value of the approach and methods used.
This study examined examine associations of ART-adherence with adolescent violence victimisation by caregivers, teachers, peers, community members, and healthcare providers.
This guide from the Center for the Study of Social Policy's Strengthening Families project aims to provide case workers and practitioners with information on: building parental resilience and capacity, enhancing and leveraging parents' social connections, providing information on child development, connecting parents to resources, offering concrete support to parents in times of need, and more.
Members of the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance’s Case Management Interest Group developed this Compendium to share existing best practice case management tools and resources.
Strengthening Families™ is a research-informed approach to increase family strengths, enhance child development and reduce the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.
This Child Soldiers World Index from Child Soldiers International is the global authority on the recruitment and use of children by state armed forces and non-state armed groups.