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Supporting Kinship Caregivers Through the Family First Prevention Services Act

The Family First Prevention Services Act introduced pathways to ensure that young people involved with the child welfare system are able to grow up in safe, stable and secure families — including kin placements — that support their long-term well-being. Find resources related to kin placements.

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CWSG: Advancing the Field

video: applying research to placement practices

Joan Kaufman, Ph.D., of Yale University School of Medicine, on applying research on child development to child welfare placement practices

presentation: what's best for kids

The Foundation's Tracey Feild says that what's best for kids — living with families — is also good for state budgets. Download her presentation to the National Governors Association.

recommendations to make child welfare work

When Child Welfare Works outlines a policy framework and recommendations to align federal child welfare financing with best practices.