Behavioral Health and Wellness
Behavioral Health and Wellness offers information, materials, and tools for supporting and promoting the behavioral health and wellness of children and families involved with child welfare, in addition to resources on worker and organizational wellness. ACCESS THE NEW RESOURCES
Youth Services now offers resources to help professionals and caregivers better understand the adolescent years, outlines strategies to prevent teen pregnancy, and provides information that addresses the needs of youth who become homeless and who have run away.
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2016 AEA Nominations
Adoption Excellence Awards (AEA) recognize outstanding accomplishments in achieving permanency for America's children waiting in foster care. VISIT THE AEA PAGE TO SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATION
20th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN)
Sponsored by the Children's Bureau's Office on Child Abuse and Neglect, the 20th NCCAN will bring together professionals, researchers, policymakers, parents, and volunteers from a wide variety of disciplines who share a commitment to ensuring the well-being of children and families.
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Supporting Change in Child Welfare: An Evaluation of Training and Technical Assistance
From 2009-2014, the Children's Bureau funded an evaluation of two groups of Training and Technical Assistance providers - regional Child Welfare Implementation Centers (ICs) and National Child Welfare Resource Centers (NRCs).
VIEW FINDINGS AND RESOURCES
What’s New on Information Gateway
- Historical Timeline of Child Welfare Information Gateway
- Caseload and Workload Management
- Who May Adopt, Be Adopted, or Place a Child for Adoption?
- El proceso de estudío de hogar para la adopción
- HHS Factsheet on Health Coverage for Homeless and At-Risk Youth