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Home > Practice Areas > Family Preservation and Permanency Planning > About the Program

 
 

Family Preservation and Permanency Planning: About this Area of Focus

For over ten years, CWLA has been committed to building a system of services to support and strengthen families with children. Our agenda has focused on developing services that enable families to stay together, to successfully reunite, and to make decisions that will assure family continuity and permanency for children. To promote this family-centered agenda, CWLA has assisted agencies in developing family preservation and family support programs, provided consultation and training to agencies across the country onFamily Preservation and Permanency Planning in out-of-home care, and developed family-centered resources.
 Family Preservation Services

 Family Support Services

 Early Childhood Initiative Survey

 Standards for Services to Strengthen and Preserve Families with Children

 Home Visiting

 Family Assessment

 Welfare to Work/TANF

 New Developments



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