Lifelong Families Guardianship Case Study

Mealea

Brief

This is part of a set of case studies which illustrate how Lifelong Families – a practice model developed and tested by the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s former direct service agency – helped advance permanency outcomes for older youth in treatment foster care. This case study highlights how Mealea achieved permanence through guardianship.

January 1, 2012

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Achieving Permanency Through Reunification Training

The Permanency Continuum Series, Lifelong Families Model

Practice Guide

This 2-day child welfare training focuses specifically on deepening social worker skills for reuniting kids in foster care with their birth families when that option is in the best interest of the kids.  

January 6, 2012

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Achieving Permanency Through Adoption

The Permanency Continuum Series

Practice Guide

This complete 2-day training guide for social workers focuses specifically on achieving and sustaining permanency for children and youth in foster care through adoption. 

January 1, 2012

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Helping Grandparents Raise Grandchildren Who Succeed

Brief

The building blocks of the American family are changing. Currently, millions of grandparents across the country are raising their grandchildren — and this demographic is growing. The Association of Small Foundations has created a data-packed guide aimed at inspiring organizations to dig deeper and do more to aid these vulnerable families.

April 1, 2008

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Learning While Doing in the Human Services Sector

Becoming a Learning Organization through Organizational Change

Report

This summary report describes the origins, processes and outcomes of the learning-while-doing approach and presents lessons learned from Casey Family Services that other child welfare providers and human service organizations may apply as they engage in organizational change.

January 15, 2011

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