Casebook’s Unique Features Garnering Attention and Awards

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This is the last in a four-part series about Casebook, a state-of-the-art tool to help child welfare workers track and improve results for children in their care. This installment looks at the successes of the Casebook team in bringing the platform to market.

December 20, 2015

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Indiana’s Pioneering Effort to Adopt Casebook is Paying Off

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This is the third in a four-part series about Casebook, a state-of-the-art tool to help child welfare workers track and improve results for children in their care using state-of-the-art technology. In this installment, you will learn about Indiana’s pioneering work and results in adopting Casebook.

December 13, 2015

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AdvoCasey: Fall 1999 Winter 2000

More Foster Families, Fewer Children Entering Care

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This edition of AdvoCasey looks at foster care reform in two Family to Family sites. It also shares how Casey Family Services alumni are faring after they exit the agency’s care and how three sites participating in the Foundation’s Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative have reduced their inappropriate use of secure detention.  

January 1, 2000

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Does Your Child Welfare Agency Have a Practice Model?

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The most effective child welfare agencies establish practice models that describe how they partner with families and the community and keep them focused on their goals. In its child welfare leader's desk guide, the Casey Foundation outlines how these practice models create high-performing agencies. 

April 29, 2016

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Federal Grant to Build on Evidence2Success in Providence

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A five-year, $1.8 million grant was recently awarded to the Providence Children & Youth Cabinet for the Building Trauma Sensitive Schools initiative, which will seek to decrease post-traumatic stress disorder among middle-school students in neighborhoods with elevated levels of trauma. By the end of the grant period, the initiative will have served more than 3,000 adolescents. 

September 28, 2016

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