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CWLA is a leading voice for vulnerable children and those who serve them. Below are a variety of child welfare-related topics and trends that CWLA can address, providing expert insight and analysis.
  • Foster Care
    • Family foster care
    • Foster parent recruitment--challenges and opportunities
    • Older youth in care/ youth transitioning to adulthood
    • Kinship care
    • Grandparents as caregivers
    • Immigration issues affecting children
    • Racial disparities and disproportionality
    • Tribal youth issues
    • Success stories
    • Long-term impact: homelessness, incarceration
    • Young children in foster care
    • Foster parent recruitment and retention
    • LGBT youth in care
  • Mental Health and Residential Treatment
    • Trauma needs of children and youth
    • Trauma informed care
    • Residential treatment
      • Community based systems of care
      • Residential care trends and issues
      • Family vs. group/institutional care settings
      • Behavior management
  • Adoption
    • Cultural issues in adoption
    • LGBT adoption
    • Adoption vs. reunification
    • Post adoption services
  • Child Welfare System
    • Workforce issues
      • Training
      • Retention
      • Caseload/workload
      • Accountability
    • Standards of excellence
    • Best practices
    • Financing and reforming the system
    • Multi-system collaboration--education, juvenile justice, child welfare, mental health
    • Outcomes
  • Public Policy
    • Child welfare reform
    • Child welfare financing
    • Privatization
    • Federal budget cuts
    • Social Security Act programs for children
    • Medicaid/Medicare
    • Health care reform
  • Child Abuse & Neglect
    • Prevention and family support
    • Family preservation
    • Child fatalities and critical incidents
    • Child protection decision-making
    • Reporting and investigation
    • Obesity/medical neglect as abuse
  • Juvenile Justice /Child welfare
    • Children served across systems

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