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Community-Driven Development at Pittsburgh Yards

March 21, 2022

This report explores community engagement efforts that Casey undertook in developing a 31-acre site in Atlanta. Read what Casey learned from this work.

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Six Strategies for Keeping Families Supported, Connected and Safe

February 14, 2022

This brief shares pivotal strategies for coordinating and funding community efforts to support families at risk of entering the child welfare system. Learn more about these...

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Key Funding Streams to Keep Families Supported, Connected and Safe

February 14, 2022

This brief looks at federal funding streams and the communities that use them to support families and children at risk of entering the child welfare system and foster care. Read...

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How Young Adults View Social Connectedness and Access Resources

February 14, 2022

This study provides insights into young adults’ views on their social networks and analyzes ways young people connect to financial, mentoring and other resources critical to...

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Family-Engaged Case Planning

February 7, 2022

This practice guide helps juvenile justice agencies implement family-engaged case planning in youth probation. Read it now.

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Catch & Stun

January 11, 2022

This report explores a startling trend within law enforcement: tasing kids and youth despite the harmful consequences. Learn why young people deserve better.

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Youth Incarceration in the United States

December 14, 2021

A two-page infographic presents trends in youth incarceration and recommends more effective responses than incarceration when young people break the law.

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Mecklenburg County: Remaking a Child Welfare System

October 17, 2021

Drawing on lessons from Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, this report shows child welfare leaders how to strengthen systems by eliminating racial disparities, preventing...

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The Complete Guide to Self-Advocacy for LGBQ+ Youth Ages 14-21

October 12, 2021

This publication serves as a reentry guide for LGBTQ youth, ages 14-21, exiting the juvenile justice system. It offers tips, resources and short exercises to help young people...

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