Casey Family Programs evaluates practices that are designed to reduce the number of children who enter foster care through prevention activities. We assess programs that provide parenting education and we measure the impact of services that aim to strengthen and support communities.
This report provides a lens on the American Indian Title IV-E grantee planning process during winter 2012 . This planning grant was authorized under the federal Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008.
This study assesses how a pilot coaching program in LA County influences DCFS staff and supervisors’ job satisfaction, attitudes and behaviors.
Created in collaboration with Lakota Oyate Wakanyeja Owicakiyapi and Sicangu Child and Family Services in South Dakota, this toolkit contains surveys and guides to help communities that are interested in conducting their own evaluations of Family Group Decision Making meetings.
This report evaluates the efforts of two child welfare jurisdictions in Florida to implement services that help keep children safe at home with their families.
Evaluation of an intervention designed to address cases of chronic neglect in the child welfare system
Information for states, agencies and communities interested in building programs to support families experiencing the child welfare and other human service systems
This initiative evaluated three parenting education interventions for child welfare-involved families: Nurturing Parenting Program, SafeCare, and the Incredible Years.
This unique partnership between the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and community-based organizations is designed to strengthen families while providing opportunities for government agencies and community residents to increase the safety and well-being of children, families and the community.
This report from the Washington State Institute for Public Policy was commissioned by Casey Family Programs. It identifies some of the most cost-effective strategies for safely reducing out-of-home placements in child welfare.
Since 2006, the COPES program has fostered positive outcomes for children of incarcerated parents and their families.
Statistics about adult incarceration in the United States. Learn how incarceration affects children and families left behind, and particularly children in foster care.
Written and produced by the RAND Corporation, with support from Casey Family Programs, this paper makes a case for investing in early childhood programs from the point of view of long term economic savings.
Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida, in partnership with Casey Family Programs, has prepared chronicles on two community resource centers in Florida: the Library Partnership in Gainesville and the Edward Waters College Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center in Jacksonville.