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A National Count of Foster Homes and Families
Who Cares 2020: Executive Summary
Why Better Data Sharing Is Critical to Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities
The Support Relative Caregivers Need to Take on the Role of Foster Parent
Caring for Our Caregivers
What Are the Right Questions on Foster Care Performance?
Recruiting Foster Families in America's Biggest Cities
Foster Parent Recruitment Requires Collaboration
Why California's Reform of Foster Care Has Fallen Short So Far
How We Downsized Congregate Care in Connecticut
A Roadmap for Recruiting Foster Parents: What We Learned with Home Away from Home
The Top Ten Ways to Lose A Foster Parent
We Have to Better Understand What Foster Parents Need
Who Cares 2019: Executive Summary
Keeping Newborns Home with Voluntary Home Visits
Why Keeping Current Foster Parents Can Be More Important Than Recruiting New Ones
California’s $140 Million Bet on Foster Parent Recruitment
We Want Kids to Grow Up in Safe Families. So Let’s Measure That.
Government is not the best first responder to family crisis. Family is.
We Need Kinship Caregivers and They Need A Safety Net
With Foster Care Numbers At A 15-Year High, Georgia Looks to Relatives
For LGBTQ Youth in Foster Care, Finding Home Is Hard
Kin Prop up Illinois' Foster Care System, With Limited Support
This Life with Gracie: Is Georgia’s foster care system really in crisis?
The Foster Care Surge Has Leveled Off. Has The Opioid Epidemic?
More ND kids are in foster care, but new federal laws look to reduce numbers
Study: More children placed with relatives in Illinois foster care system
Faith and Foster Care in L.A.
Higher Calling: L.A. County Increases its Reliance on Churches to Serve Foster Children
"Who Cares: A National Count of Foster Homes and Families" 2018 Executive Summary
In South Carolina, Foster Youth Total Rises As Available Foster Homes Continue to Decline
Permanency in the News – Week of 10/15/18
The Push to Permit Faith-Based Discrimination Seems Destined for Supreme Court
South L.A. Churches Unite to Aid Foster Families and Youth
San Francisco Faith Group Supports Foster Families
In Quest to Meet Demand for Foster Parents, Some Agencies Look to Craigslist
Recruiting Asian Foster Parents
Helping Retain Parents with Retreats and Respite
Half of Foster Parents Stop In Their First Year. That Can’t Continue
How To Crack the Foster Home Recruitment Code
How San Francisco Increased Foster Parent Applications by 300 Percent
Despite Increased Funding for Recruitment, Three California Counties Struggle to Find New Foster Homes
One Faith-Based Organization Recruits Half of Arkansas Foster Parents
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