Advancing Two-Generation Approaches

Integrating Data to Support Families


This report focuses on the benefits and challenges of building an integrated data system to support two-generation programming. It outlines field-tested strategies for tracking and sharing data on children and parents, with an end goal of enabling organizations to gain a fuller, sharper picture of the families they serve.

May 14, 2018

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Helping Savannah Youth Connect to Work, Avoid Confinement

Blog Post

The juvenile court in Chatham County, Georgia, home to Savannah, reached out for community investments and partnerships to create innovating programming that helps juveniles reconnect with their community and avoid future incarceration.

May 9, 2018

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Making Public Systems Work Better for Immigrant Families

Blog Post

A new report from the Center on Immigration and Child Welfare offers comprehensive research and data on what happens when children in immigrant families interact with child welfare and juvenile justice systems in the United States — and makes recommendations for how those systems can more effectively respond.

April 27, 2018

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Watch Our Webinar: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs in Child Welfare


In this webinar on implementing evidence-based practices in child welfare from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the William T. Grant Foundation, learn how child welfare leaders and program developers can work together to adapt an evidence-based approach to the specific needs of a state.

March 26, 2018

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