On Friday, September 30th, the Children’s Bureau announced new program ratings in the Title IV-E Prevention Services Clearinghouse. Five new programs were found to meet the standards for inclusion among the evidence-based programs that can be utilized under the Family First Prevention Services Act.
Two new programs were categorized as “Well-Supported,” the highest rating in the clearinghouse:
The Arizona Kinship Support Services Program received a “Supported” rating, the second highest rating included in the Clearinghouse, marking a win for Kinship Navigator Programs, which have struggled to meet the evidence standards necessary for inclusion.
Two programs received “Promising” ratings, the third category of included programs: