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Two new child welfare policy briefs now available on CASCW website

The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare has published two new child welfare policy briefs:

Cover of Father Engagement in Child Welfare policy brief   

Father Engagement in Child Welfare looks at how policy can be used to positively engage fathers in their child welfare-involved children's lives. Highlighted policy issues surround bringing consistency to practice, coordinating between child protection and child support, and overcoming legal barriers to involvement.

PB1UpdCover.PNG    Child Well-Being in Minnesota: A Primer for the 2013–2014 Legislative Session is a briefing on Minnesota's child welfare system, including child protection, foster care, and adoption service systems. It highlights populations served, funding structures, and decision-making criteria for evidence-based policy solutions.

To access all seven child welfare policy briefs, please visit the Center's Child Welfare Policy Briefs webpage, part of the overall Child Welfare Policy web section.

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