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Child Protection / Welfare
(See related pages: Child Abduction, Child Sexual Abuse / Assault / Violence, Child Support / Custody / Visitation, Children & Youth, Girls and Teen Dating Violence. Court Cases related to child protection / welfare are on a separate page.)

 


Accountability and Connection with Abusive Men: A New Child Protection Response to Increasing Family Safety, Fernando Mederos, Massachusetts Department of Social Services Domestic Violence Unit, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, American Public Human Service Association, and Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA. Copyright © 2004 Family Violence Prevention Fund.

ACTIVIST DIALOGUES ~ HOW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILD WELFARE SYSTEMS IMPACT WOMEN OF COLOR AND THEIR COMMUNITIES, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA. Copyright © 2005 Family Violence Prevention Fund.

ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF MULTI-SYSTEM YOUTH: STRENGTHENING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN CHILD WELFARE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE, Denise Herz, Philip Lee, Lorrie Lutz, Macon Stewart, John Tuell and Janet Wiig, Center for Juvenile Justice Reform and Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps, March 2012.

ADDRESSING THE UNMET EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE AND CHILD WELFARE SYSTEMS, Peter Leone and Lois Weinberg, Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, Washington, DC: 2012 Edition.

Advocacy Matters: Helping Mothers and Their Children Involved with the Child Protection System, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, American Public Human Services Association, Futures Without Violence, 2003.

ANALYSIS SHOWS SOARING ARIZONA ABUSE CASELOADS, Bob Christie, Associated Press, Arizona Capitol Times, Phoenix, AZ: March 17, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Arizona Capitol Times.

ANTECEDENTS TO RETENTION AND TURNOVER AMONG CHILD WELFARE, SOCIAL WORK AND OTHER HUMAN SERVICE EMPLOYEES: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM PAST RESEARCH? A REVIEW AND METANALYSIS, Michàl E. Mor Barak, Jan A. Nissly and Amy Levin, Social Service Review, December 2001. Copyright © 2001 The University of Chicago.

Assessing Risk to Children from Batterers, Lundy Bancroft and Jay G. Silverman. Copyright © 2002.

BATTERED WOMEN INVOLVED WITH CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES: LEARNING FROM IMMIGRANT, REFUGEE AND INDIGENOUS WOMEN'S EXPERIENCES, V. Pualani Enos, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women, Institute on Race and Justice at Northeastern University and Futures Without Violence, July 2003; revised 2010.

Batterers as Fathers: Rethinking and Reconceptualizing Policy and Practice, David Mandel, 2002.

A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF CASEWORKER TURNOVER WITHIN CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES, Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, TX: February 4, 2009.

ChANGES NEEDED IN FEDERAL CHild WELFARE LAW TO BETTER PROTECT ChildREN AND ENSURE THEM NURTURING FAMILIES, Center for Law and Social Policy, Washington, DC: May 2007.

CHILD AND FAMILY SERvICE REVIEW OUTCOMES ~ STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE Domestic Violence RESPONSES IN CFSR PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT PLANS, Shellie Taggart, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Futures Without Violence and National Resource Center for Child Protective Services, August 2009.

Child Protection in Families Experiencing Domestic Violence, Child Abuse and Neglect User Manual Series, H. Lien Bragg, Children's Bureau, Office on Child Abuse and Neglect, Washington, DC: 2003.

Child Protection SERVICES in TEXAS: BUYING WHAT WE WANT, Jane Burstain, Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, TX: January 2012.

CHILD WELFARE ~ FEDERAL AGENCIES CAN BETTER SUPPORT STATE EFFORTS TO PREVENT AND RESPOND TO SEXUAL ABUSE BY SCHOOL PERSONNEL, Report to the Ranking Member, Committee on Education and the Workforce, House of Representatives, U.S. Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC: January 2014.

CHILD WELFARE ~ STATES USE FLEXIBLE FEDERAL FUNDS, BUT STRUGGLE TO MEET SERVICE NEEDS, Report to Congressional Committees, U.S. Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC: January 2013.

CHILD WELFARE OUTCOMES 2008-2011: REPORT TO CONGRESS, Children's Bureau, Washington, DC: 2013.

Executive Summary

Full Report

CHILDREN AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: SUMMARY OF STATE LAWS ~ STATE STATUTES SERIES 2004, National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information, Washington, DC: March 2004.

CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE WITH PARENTS IN FEDERAL PRISON: A TOOLKIT FOR CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES, FEDERAL PRISONS, AND RESIDENTIAL REENTRY CENTERS, Federal Interagency Working Group for Children of Incarcerated Parents, Washington, DC: June 2013.

COLORADO LEGISLATORS PRESS FOR AUDIT OF CHILD PROTECTION ISSUES, Christopher N. Osher, The Denver Post, March 10, 2013. Copyright © 2013 The Denver Post.

Confidentiality & Information Sharing Issues for Domestic Violence Advocates Working with Child Protection and Juvenile Court Systems, Jill Davies, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, American Public Human Services Association and Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: April 2004.

CREATING TRAUMA-INFORMED CHILD WELFARE SYSTEMS: A GUIDE FOR ADMINISTRATORS (2nd edition), Chadwick Trauma-Informed Systems Project, Chadwick Center for Children and Families and The National Child Traumatic Stress Network, San Diego, CA: 2013. Copyright © 2013 Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Rady Children's Hospital.

DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES, Staff Report, Sunset Advisory Commission, Austin, TX: May 2014.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN CHILD WELFARE: IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID MANDEL (podcast #70), Patricia Fronek, Podsocs, July 9, 2014.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MANUAL FOR CHILD WELFARE PROFESSIONALS ~ A DESK REFERENCE GUIDE, Oklahoma Commission for Human Services, Oklahoma City, OK: July 2012.

EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD MALTREATMENT (commonly known as “The Greenbook”), Susan Schechter and Jeffrey L. Edleson, National Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, NV: 1999.

ENHANCING CHILD WELFARE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PRACTICE (scroll down to page 2), David Mandel, OPDV Bulletin, New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, Albany, NY: Winter 2013.

EVALUATION OF FAMILY TO FAMILY, Research Triangle Institute, School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, November 1998.

Expanding Solutions for Domestic Violence and Poverty: What Battered Women with Abused Children Need from Their Advocates, Susan Schechter, Building Comprehensive Solutions to Domestic Violence, Publication #13 – A Vision Paper, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: December 2000.

FailURe TO PROTECT: THE CRISIS IN AMERICA'S FAMILY COURTS, Cara Tabachnick, The Crime Report, May 6, 2010.

FAMILIES FREQUENTLY ENCOUNTERED BY CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES: A REPORT ON CHRONIC CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, L. Anthony Loman, Institute of Applied Research, St. Louis, MO: February 2006. Copyright © 2006 Institute of Applied Research.

FAMILIES IN NEED OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES REPORTED TO THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM: CHANGES IN THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF CHILD ADOLESCENT WELL-BEING BETWEEN 1999-2000 and 2008-2009 (abstract), Cecilia Casanueva, Keith Smith, Heather Ringeisen, Melissa Dolan and Stephen Tueller, Child Abuse & Neglect, available online June 21, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier B.V.

Family Team Conferences in Domestic Violence Cases: Guidelines for Practice (second edition), Lucy Salcido Carter, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: October 2003.

FAMILY TO FAMILY INITIATIVE, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore, MD: July 2001.

FIX FLORIDA'S BROKEN CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM, Bradenton Herald, March 21, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Bradenton Herald.

FORGING NEW COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, CHILD WELFARE SERVICES AND COMMUNITIES OF COLOR, Nita Carter, Women of Color Network and National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: 2003.

FOSTER CARE REDESIGN 3-B MANUAL, Our Community Our Kids, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Austin, TX: June 2014.

THE GREENBOOK INITIATIVE FINAL EVALUATION REPORT, The Greenbook National Evaluation Team, Fairfax, VA: January 2011.

THE GUIDE TO TEXAS CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES, Jane Burstain, Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, TX: January 4, 2011.

GUIDELINES FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS IN CHILD PROTECTION MATTERS, American Psychologist (volume 54 [8], pages 586-593), August 1999. Copyright © 1999 American Psychological Association.

In the Best Interest of Women and Children: A Call for Collaboration Between Child Welfare and Domestic Violence Constituencies, Susan Schechter and Jeffrey L. Edleson, Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse, St. Paul, MN: 1994. Copyright © 1998-2004 Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse.

Interim Report 2004, House Committee on Child Welfare and Foster Care, Select, A Report to the House of Representatives, 79th Texas Legislature, Representative Suzanna Gratia Hupp, Chairman, and Paul Jimenez, Committee Clerk, Texas House of Representatives, Austin, TX: November 8, 2004.

LESSONS FROM PENN STATE: A CALL TO IMPLEMENT A NEW PATTERN OF TRAINING FOR MANDATED REPORTERS AND CHILD PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS, Center Piece ~ Special Edition (volume 3, issues 3 &4), National Child Protection Training Center, Winona, MN: 2012.

MAJOR FEDERAL LEGISLATION CONCERNED WITH CHILD PROTECTION, CHILD WELFARE, AND ADOPTION, Child Welfare Information Gateway, Washington, DC: 2008.

MINNESOTA'S CHILD-PROTECTION SYSTEM IS INCONSISTENT AND UNDERFUNDED, Rich Gehrman, MinnPost, Minneapolis, MN: March 21, 2012. Copyright © 2012 MinnPost.com.

Mother of slain child also was a victim Battered Woman Syndrome blamed; Situation was complex, Todd Cooper, Omaha World-Herald, Omaha, NE: February 5, 2005. Copyright © 2005 The Omaha World-Herald Company.

MYTHS & REALITIES OF IDENTITY CHANGE FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATES WORKING WITH CHILD PROTECTION AND JUVENILE COURT SYSTEMS, National Network to End Domestic Violence and Greater Boston Legal Services. Copyright © 2008 NNEDV Safety Net Project, in partnership with Valenda Applegarth, Greater Boston Legal Services.

New Tools Increase Safety For Families Facing Violence, Define Safe Roles For Abusive Fathers, Speaking Up (volume 10, issue 11), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: August 17, 2004.

Nicholson v. Williams and Nicholson v. Scoppetta

NON-ABUSED SIBLINGS WHO REMAIN AT HOME: A DANGEROUS CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES INTERSECTION, Daniel Pollack, Policy & Practice, Washington, DC: June 2012. Copyright © 2012 APHSA.

OVERVIEW FOR JUDGES ON THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Jane M. Larrington, Southwest Center for Law and Policy, Tucson, AZ.

PORTRAIT OF PRIVATE AGENCIES IN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM: PRINCIPAL RESULTS FROM THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF PRIVATE CHILD AND FAMILY SERVING AGENCIES, Bowen McBeath, Crystal Collins-Camargo and Emmeline Chuang, National Quality Improvement Center on the Privatization of Child Welfare Services, Lexington, KY: September 2011.

PrOMOTING RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH INVOLVED IN JUVENILE JUSTICE AND CHILD WELFARE SYSTEMS, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD: May 2012.

PrOMOTING RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD PROGRAMMING: FACTORS AFFECTING LOW-INCOME FATHERS' INVOLVEMENT IN CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES AND COURT-RESTRICTED ACCESS TO THEIR CHILDREN, Derrick M. Gordon, Derek Iwamoto, Natasha D. Watkins, Trace Kershaw, Diana Mason and Anthony Judkins, Journal of Poverty (volume 15 [2], pages 184-205), Taylor & Francis Group, April 2011. Copyright © 2011 Performa PLC.

PROTECTIVE FACTORS APPROACHES IN CHILD WELFARE, Child Welfare Information Gateway, Children's Bureau, Washington, DC: 2014.

RACIAL BIAS IN CHILD PROTECTION? A COMPARISION OF COMPETING EXPLANATIONS USING NATIONAL DATA (abstract), Brett Drake, Jennifer M. Jolley, Paul Lanier, John Fluke, Richard P. Barth and Melissa Jonson-Reid, Pediatrics (volume 127 [3], pages 471-478), March 1, 2011. Copyright © 2011 American Academy of Pediatrics.

REASONABLE EFFORTS OR UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS ~ A LOOK AT HENNEPIN COUNTY CHILD PROTECTION CASES, Marna Anderson, Sarah Coulter and Donna McNamara, WATCH, Minneapolis, MN: May 4, 2010. Copyright © 2010 WATCH.

RIGHT FOR KIDS RANKING ~ WHICH STATE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEMS ARE RIGHT FOR KIDS?, Foundation for Government Accountability, Naples, FL: 2012.


SAFE AT HOME IN ALABAMA ~ The Southern State’s Child Welfare System is Called a National Model, Mike Hudson, Roanoke Times, Roanoke, VA: October 11, 2004. Copyright © 2004 The Roanoke Times.

SHATTERED FAMILIES ~ THE PERILOUS INTERSECTION OF IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT AND THE Child Welfare System, Applied Research Center, New York, NY: November 2011. Read Executive Summary (English and Español).

SPECIAL TOPIC REPORT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN FAMILIES SERVED BY CHILD WELFARE SERVICES IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Andrea Bogie, Raelene Freitag and Theresa Healy, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Children's Research Center, Oakland, CA: August 2012. Copyright © 2012 NCCD.

STATE LEGISLATION ~ CHILD PROTECTION STATUTES ALLOWING PROTECTION ORDER TO BE ISSUED ON BEHALF OF THE NON-PERPETRATING PARENT AND THE CHILD, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Family Violence Department, Reno, NV: February 1, 2005.

StRENGTHENING FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES: 2010 RESOURCE GUIDE, Child Welfare Information Gateway and FRIENDS, National Resource Center for Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention, 2010.

SUPPORTING BRAIN DEVELOPMENT IN TRAUMATIZED CHILDREN AND YOUTH, Children's Bureau, Washington, DC: August 2011.

TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE FOR CHILDREN EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE ~ TIPS FOR CHILD WELFARE STAFF, Safe Start Center, North Bethesda, MD and Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Washington, DC: 2012.

TrAUMA and CHILD WELFARE (four part series), Children's Mental Health eReview, Children, Youth & Family Consortium's Children's Mental Health Program, University of Minnesota Extension, Minneapolis, MN. Copyright © 2010-2012 Regents of the University of Minnesota.

The Impact of Trauma on Infants (part 4), January 2012

Creating Trauma-Informed Systems of Child Welfare (part 3), March 2011

Historical Trauma and Microaggressions: A Framework for Culturally-Based Practice (part 2), October 2010

What is Trauma and Why is it Important? (part 1), March 2010

TRIBAL ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES: ESTABLISHING AND SUSTAINING CONNECTIONS (technical assistance bulletin), National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, NV: October 2013. Copyright © 2013 National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.

UNDOCUMENTED AND ABUSED ~ A TEXAS CASE STUDY OF CHILDREN IN THE CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES SYSTEM, Special Report, Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, TX: September 2010.

VERMONT’S PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS AND CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES, Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Vermont Department for Children and Families and Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services, published by National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: 2004.

WHEN KINSHIP CARE FAILS, CUSTODY HOPES COLLAPSE, Anna Limontas-Salisbury, Women's eNews, December 19, 2013. Copyright © 2013 Women's eNews.

WORKING WITH FAMILIES ~ CHILD WELFARE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Massachusetts Department of Children and Families, Boston, MA: December 2009.


 

 


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