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May 2005

Moving Away from Crisis?: Alternatives in Financing Child Welfare Services in Connecticut

This report outlines how more flexible federal funding rules and an expansion of home- and community-based services could move Connecticut’s troubled foster care system away from its state of crisis a

Issue Area:
Child Welfare
December 2004

Careening Toward Crisis: State and Federal Funding of Child Welfare Services in Connecticut

Rigid federal funding rules and counterproductive state budget choices have resulted in a foster care system that is “careening toward crisis,” this report finds.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare
November 2004

Confidentiality Statutes of Child Protection Proceedings

In the 2004 General Assembly session, a bill was introduced to open to the public all juvenile proceedings, including cases involving child abuse and neglect.

Issue Areas:
Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice
October 2004

Greater Effectiveness at a Lower Cost: Helping Abused and Neglected Children

This brief for state legislative candidates finds that by shifting our child welfare service investments into integrated, community-based, and “front end” preventive services, we’ll get better results

Issue Area:
Child Welfare
September 2004

Report of Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care

A Powerpoint presentation to Casey Family Services on the recommendations of the national Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care and their implications for Connecticut.

Issue Area:
Child Welfare