Child Welfare League of America Making Children a National Priority

 

Child Welfare League of America Making Children a National Priority
About Us
CWLA
Special Initiatives
CWLA
Advocacy
CWLA
Membership
CWLA
News and Media Center
CWLA
Programs
CWLA
Research and Data
CWLA
Publications
CWLA
Conferences and Training
CWLA
Culture and Diversity
CWLA
Consultation
CWLA
Support CWLA
CWLA Members Only Content
       
 

Home > Practice Areas > Child Welfare Standards of Excellence > Standards of Excellence for Child Welfare Services

 
 

CWLA Standards of Excellence for Adoption Services

The 2000 edition of the CWLA Standards of Excellence in Adoption Services reflects a significant departure from previous adoption standards in at least two respects. First, there is much greater emphasis on making these standards equally applicable to both public and private nonprofit agencies at the state, local, and tribal levels, and to domestic infant, intercountry, and special-needs adoption. Second, CWLA has given attention to not only updating the standards to reflect how the field of adoption has developed over the last decade, but also to developing standards that can guide the field over the coming decade. Contains recommended caseload standards.



 View the Table of Contents, Introduction, and Index

 Purchase CWLA Standards of Excellence for Adoption Services

 Additional Adoption Resources from CWLA

 CWLA Adoption Program Office

 For more information


 Back to Top   Printer-friendly Page Printer-friendly Page   Contact Us Contact Us

 
 

 

 


About Us | Special Initiatives | Advocacy | Membership | News & Media Center | Practice Areas | Support CWLA
Research/Data | Publications | Webstore | Conferences/Training | Culture/Diversity | Consultation/Training

All Content and Images Copyright Child Welfare League of America. All Rights Reserved.
See also Legal Information, Privacy Policy, Browser Compatibility Statement

CWLA is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and access for all individuals.
No employee, applicant for employment, or member of the public shall be discriminated against
on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or
any other personal characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.