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Kinship Care

Initiatives

  • Three-year partnership with Baltimore City DSS to provide enhanced support services to kinship caregiver families. Funded by DHHS Children's Bureau.
  • Three-year partnership with D.C. Children & Family Services Agency to provide support services to kinship caregivers that have decided to adopt their adolescent kin. Funded by DHHS Children's Bureau.
  • National Collaboration for Permanency with Cornerstone Consulting Group.

  • Collaborated with Illinois African-American Family Commission on the Illinois Guardianship Waiver.

  • Nashville, Tennessee Kinship Care Curriculum Development for Educators

  • New Curriculum: A Tradition of Caring: Information, Resources and Support for Kinship Caregivers.

  • Developing a Kinship Permanency Tool Box for social workers.
Future Initiatives
  • National Kinship Care Association



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