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Data Sources on Parents

Foster Parents

Casey Family Services operates as the direct service arm of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Casey Family Services is a fully licensed and accredited nonprofit child welfare agency providing a range of programs to meet the changing needs of vulnerable children and families. It offers foster care for children, as well as post-adoption, preservation, and reunification services for families. The website caters to parents, youth, and professionals. Articles and model programs pertaining to foster families are a few of many resources available online.

The National Foster Parent Association (NFPA) seeks to bring together foster parents, agency representatives, and community people who wish to work together to improve the foster care system and enhance the lives of all children and families. NFPA data on state reimbursement rates is presented, along with linkages to current issues and statistics.

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CWLA is an active partner in the National Foster Care Awareness Project. Information on this project as well as other CWLA research and initiatives at www.cwla.org/programs/fostercare. CWLA has also developed Standards of Excellence for Family Foster Care Services.


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