U.S. Children’s Bureau
Prevent Child Abuse America Offers Grants to Tackle Racial Disparity
Prevent Child Abuse America is offering nonprofits with a history of serving Black, Latino and Indigenous families grants of up to $150,000.
Former Children’s Bureau Head To Work on Child Welfare ‘Replacement’
The duo who ushered in new legal support for system-involved families during the Trump administration are spearheading a new venture to work with governments interested in a complete overhaul of the child welfare status quo.
Nebraska, Emerging Leader on Moving Child Welfare Upstream, Submits Family First Plan
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) hosted a press conference yesterday announcing the submission of its five-year Family First Prevention Services plan to the federal government next week.
The Evolution of Foster Parent Recruitment and Training
The U.S. family foster care program dates back over 150 years. Known as the father of foster care, a young minister – Charles Loring Brace – was horrified by the thousands of orphaned and destitute European immigrant children he found roaming the streets of New York City or barely surviving in tenements and orphanages.