Apply Now: Juvenile Justice Train-the-Trainer Opportunity to Develop Frontline Staff

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Now through Feb. 15, 2019, state or local juvenile justice agencies and organizations can apply to participate in a train-the-trainer professional development opportunity supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The two-and-a-half-day session — held in Denver, Colo. from May 7–9, 2019 — will focus on the Reimagining Juvenile Justice curriculum.

January 15, 2019

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Five Ways to Help Kin Caregivers Now

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Kin caregivers don’t always receive the same level of support that foster parents receive. This can result in kids missing out on key resources — from school supplies to mental health services — that they need to thrive. This blog post shares specific ways that individuals, communities and child welfare agencies can support kin caregivers now.

January 2, 2019

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For Youth in Foster Care, the Road to Driving is a Bumpy Ride

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Learning to drive is an exciting and nearly essential milestone for young people today. Yet, for youth exiting foster care, this rite of passage is often littered with obstacles — from DMV fees to costly automobile insurance rates. A new report identifies common challenges that young people in foster care face and recommends policy moves that states can make to help these youth get behind the wheel.

February 26, 2019

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StriveTogether: Proof of the Power of Results Count™

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Supporting a national network of 70 community-based partnerships, StriveTogether has been a pioneer in coaching teams of leaders across communities to close gaps and improve well-being using the Casey Foundation’s unique leadership development methodology, Results Count.

January 9, 2019

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