The True Face of Big Residential’s Failures
There are many tragic outcomes from residential care that go overlooked if a death or a celebrity aren't involved, writes Dawn Post.
A Federal Bill Could Boost Funds for Home Visiting Program for Parents
A bill in the House of Representatives that could increase federal spending on home visiting programs for new and expectant parents.
Intentional Investment in the Social Fabric of Neighborhoods Can Lift Families
Safety grows in neighborhoods where residents look out for one another and band together to solve problems, writes Nora McCarthy.
California Governor to Decide on Family Reunification Bills, and More
Bills on California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk aim to prevent foster care removals due to poverty, better protect LGBTQ youth and reduce racial disparities.
American Bar Association Confronts Anti-Black Discrimination in Child Welfare
The American Bar Association has called on legal professionals to come to terms with how the child welfare system’s racist roots continues to harm Black families.
Child Welfare Ideas from the Experts
Intern Stormy Lukasavage calls on the federal government to address the links between child welfare and youth justice involvement.
The Six Circles of Uncertainty
Paul DiLorenzo describes six circles of uncertainty in the child welfare system that create an orbit of frustration for families
United Nations Panel Presses Biden Officials on Racial Discrimination in Child Welfare
A United Nations committee on racial discrimination this month pressed Biden officials about racism in America's child welfare system.