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The Child Population: First Data from the 2000 Census

January 1, 2001

This report highlights data about American children from the 2000 U.S. Census, including demographic changes from the 1990s.

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START: A Child Welfare Model for Drug-Affected Families

January 1, 2001

This document highlights the work of the Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams (START) in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. START is a program that incorporates addiction-services treatment,…

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Building Partnerships with Neighborhoods and Local Communities

January 1, 2001

This document offers information about steps and strategies for child welfare agencies to establish community/neighborhood partnerships.   

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People Helping People: Partnerships Between Professionals and Natural Helpers

January 1, 2001

Neighborhood connections help build communities and lift struggling families out of poverty. This guide shows families and communities how to strengthen neighborhoods and improve the…

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Partnerships Between Corrections and Child Welfare

January 1, 2001

The criminal justice system interacts with many of the same families involved in the child welfare system and while it makes sense that these systems would work…

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A Model for Public and Private Child Welfare Partnership

January 1, 2001

This report provides detailed information about how child welfare organizations can plan and implement partnerships between public and private agencies.   

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Back From the Brink: Women, Crack, and the Child Welfare System

January 1, 2001

This document describes what is known about the effects of crack cocaine on women and their children, ways of treating addiction, the challenges of engaging…

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The Need for Self-Evaluation (Summary)

January 1, 2001

For many child welfare agencies data can be overwhelming and sometimes not useful. This document describes an attempt by the Family to Family Initiative to…

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Strategic Communications

December 30, 2000

This guide provides practical advice and tools for developing a strategic communications program to garner media coverage and support for the Family to Family initiative.

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