Recorded Webinar Available: Identifying Community Priorities for Child Well-Being

…Research Unit, Child Trends and the Foundation’s Evidence-Based Practice Group, the Youth Experience ... in the Foundation’s Using What Works to Improve Child Well-Being series, an expert panel discusses how ... the Youth Experience Survey, one of the key tools in the Evidence2Success framework, generates data on risk ... and protective factors that help communities address problems for youth before they start. Risk and protective

July 28, 2016

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Making Results Count

Influencing Organizations to Achieve Population Results Through the Casey Children and Family Fellowship

…This report shares results from an evaluation of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Children ... sector executives transform the way their organizations work on behalf of children in low-income ... for children and families. The evaluation’s results are encouraging and show how capable leaders can ... An overview of Casey’s Children and Family Fellowship Program.

May 19, 2020

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New Reports Provide a Roadmap for Creating Opportunities for Baltimore's Young People

…collaboration between organizations and providing expanded support services for youth to help them succeed ... of young people not in school or working (sometimes called disconnected youth), as well as the local ... time, as many throughout the city seek to address the challenges that prevent Baltimore youth ... programs focused on individual employment sectors to more effectively serve youth not in school or working

February 22, 2016

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New Casey Twitter Chat Series: Transforming Foster Parenting

…to ensure all children and youth receive the developmentally appropriate care they need. Kim Stevens ... with the North American Council on Adoptable Children will kick off the series on February 14, 2016. Each month ... foster to continue their commitment to children. Scheduled for the second week of each month, chats ... parent advocate and nationally respected trainer, Stevens will chat on behalf of the North American

February 6, 2017

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Blog Post

Why Is Detention Reform Important?

…and widespread overcrowding, jeopardizing the health and safety of detained youth (and custodial staff ... ), and compromising educational and other services.  In 1985 just 20 percent of detained youth nationwide were ... , they ignored abundant evidence that many detained youth posed minimal danger to public safety, and that many ... screened youth to ensure that detention was only used for those who posed genuine public safety risks

November 19, 2013

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Proportion of American Parents Without Health Insurance Hits Five-Year Low

…and education. Research also tells us that when a parent lacks health insurance, their children are more likely ... ; in the KIDS COUNT Data Center. Children 18 and below without health insurance Children who have a parent ... , with parental uninsured rates of 3%. Today, in America, 11 million children live in families with uninsured ... , a lack of health insurance can negatively impact a child’s development, overall health

February 3, 2017

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