Walking the Plain Talk

Protecting Sexually Active Teens in Atlanta, New Orleans and San Diego

Report

Plain Talk is a teen pregnancy prevention program targeting low-income communities that the Case Foundation incubated. 

June 12, 2000

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Building More Effective Community Schools

Report

This report helped cities and site teams navigate education-related issues as part of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Making Connections initiative. It shares vital know-how, next steps, strategies and technical resources aimed at helping these groups advance a simple premise: strong community schools = stronger families. 

March 29, 2000

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Casey Connects: Spring 2000

Pioneering Panel Hastens Pace Of Child Welfare Reform

Newsletter

This issue of Casey Connects proves how true transformation starts with the heart — the heart of the individual as well as the heart of a public system — as three Casey reform initiatives are dissected. 

March 1, 2000

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Restoring Fathers to Families and Communities

Six Steps for Policymakers

Report

This detailed, six-step guide tells state and local officials how to act, legislatively and administratively, to help America’s fathers help their children. At every step, it offers clear recommendations for promoting father involvement, examples from the front lines and resources for learning more. 

February 20, 2000

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AdvoCasey: Fall 1999 Winter 2000

More Foster Families, Fewer Children Entering Care

Newsletter

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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The ABC’s of Early Childhood

Trends, Information and Evidence for Use in Developing an Early Childhood System of Care and Education

Report

This report provides evidence to support greater investment in a comprehensive system of early childhood care and education.

November 19, 1999

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Contracting for Child and Family Services

A Mission-Sensitive Guide

Report

This report explores purchase-of-service contracting and managed care contracting (including the field’s newest option, network creation) as a means of privatizing child welfare services. It helps state and local agencies — and potential service providers — navigate contracts and the contracting process in this new era of serving America’s children and families.   

November 1, 1999

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