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New York and the Annie E. Casey Foundation
According to the
2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book, New York ranked 29th among the 50 states in overall child well-being.
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® is a network of juvenile justice practitioners and other system stakeholders across the country working to build a better and more equitable youth justice system.
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A report looks at challenges facing young immigrants in the American job market and how employers can help. Read the report's recommendations.
The Casey Foundation selected its third cohort of young-adult Learn and Earn to Achieve Potential fellows.
The Casey Foundation will fund three juvenile justice reform projects led by youth who have personal experience with the justice system.
A new evaluation report from the Urban Institute,
Developing Two-Generation Approaches in Communities, shares lessons, challenges and reflections on the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Family-Centered Community Change (FCCC) strategy.
Final Report From the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Family-Centered Community Change
This report is the product of a seven-year formative evaluation of the Casey Foundation’s Family-Centered Community Change (FCCC) initiative. The Urban Institute followed the initiative in Buffalo, New York; Columbus, Ohio; and San Antonio, Texas — from 2013 through the end of grant-funded programming in 2019.
Covenant House New York employs a tool called motivational interviewing to help residents more readily embrace change.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation partners with NYC’s Administration for Children’s Services to launch a pilot program that pairs parents navigating the foster care system with parent advocates who know what it’s like.
Fellow Felipe Franco works to support best practices for youth involved with the juvenile justice system. Read how his participation in the Casey Foundation's Children and Family Fellowship supports his work.
The COVID-19 public health crisis has created challenges for young parents in foster care. Child welfare practitioners can more effectively support this population by deepening their understanding and identifying resources. Learn about the unique needs of young parents in care.
Could gains for young people involved in the juvenile justice system in one New York county be replicated in other nearby counties? Learn how Onondaga County leaders have used the Results Count® framework to drive change for young people.
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