Former Caseworker Tapped to Take Over Arizona’s Child Welfare Agency
A former Arizona child welfare caseworker has been selected as the next director of the state’s Department of Child Safety.
“On the Road” with The Storyboard Project: Addison
Mira Zimet traveled the country interviewing youth who have experienced foster care for the third season of The Storyboard Project.
I Had Help Finding my Voice. Others Deserve the Same.
My experience in kinship care was far different from other youth who were living with foster parents or in group homes, writes Sierra Planck.
Arizona Tribe Cements Relationship with State On Indian Child Welfare Custody Cases
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe recently codified an agreement with the state of Arizona to preserve protections of the Indian Child Welfare Act, which could be overturned this fall.
Humanitarian Support in Ukraine Should Prioritize Children Without Stability
We must recognize the humanitarian cost of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, particularly for the children most in need, writes Ryan Young.
January Contreras Nominated for Top ACF Position
President Joe Biden has nominated former Obama official January Contreras to lead the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), the division of the Department of Health and Human Services that oversees child welfare policy.
Kinship Caregivers Getting Cash Support in Arizona
Grandparents and other kin who stepped up to help their loved ones' children are getting one-time pandemic relief funds in Arizona.