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Child and Family Services Reviews: Lessons Learned About Child Welfare Practice and Directions for Improvement (Workshop 68)
The Federal Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSR) is an outcomes-based approach to assessing child welfare practice at the case level in addition to examining broader systemic factors that impact on a state's abilities to achieve positive outcomes for children and families. The U.S. Children's Bureau has completed CFSRs in 32 States, and the results of the reviews offer child welfare practitioners a myriad of information on current practice in the field. This presentation will discuss important findings about outcomes concerning safety, permanency, and well-being in addition to systemic factors examined through the review process.
U.S. Children's Bureau/Department
of Health and Human Services
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