The need for a full array of services for all children has been a key focus for CWLA’s finance reform efforts. CWLA takes a practical approach to child welfare reform that acknowledges the need for modest investments and more aggressive efforts to preventing child maltreatment, strengthening families that are fragile, and finding new permanent families.Learn More
- Commissioner Chang Leaving As Head of Children’s Bureau
- HHS Proposes Changes to SACWIS-Child Welfare Information Systems
- Rafael Lopez New Head of Administration on Children, Youth and Families
- Wyden Bill: S 1964 As Good For Child Welfare As It Was For Civil Rights?
- Hatch Planning Fall Finance Committee Mark-up Of Child Welfare Bill