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Publications

Policy Report 1 July 2004

A comprehensive report on child welfare systems’ reliance on group homes and institutions as placements for children in foster care, concluding that despite what is known from research about the highly negative impact of institutional care on children, “orphanages” are unfortunately likely to remain a placement option for foster children in many communities.

Policy Report 1 June 2004
Time Running Out: Teens in Foster Care (2003)

An in-depth look at the experiences and outcomes for youth in congregate care in New York City, addressing placements, services, safety, and permanency for youth in congregate care, including youth involvement in planning and decision-making and youth transitioning out of the foster care system.

Time Running Out: Teens in Foster Care (2003)
Policy Report 1 May 2004
A Case of Double Jeopardy? Youth Involvement in the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems (executive summary, 2004)

A comprehensive look at the experiences of young people in foster care who have committed delinquent acts, examining the extent to which law, policy, and practice support appropriate outcomes for young people, and the ability of child welfare officials and foster parents to advocate on behalf of these children. Full report available for order from […]

A Case of Double Jeopardy? Youth Involvement in the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems (executive summary, 2004)

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