How Will Your Child Welfare System Stack Up Against the Laws of Gravity

Our child welfare systems can feel like we are in a game of Jenga. We are attempting to grow and expand our systems by moving pieces one by one - while stretching our limited capacity. But with each move, the entire system risks collapse, particularly with worker shortages.

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Never Getting Behind Again: How One Child Welfare Agency Used the Pandemic to Transform Their Work to Help Children and Families

How the Indiana Department of Child Services used the pandemic to transform their work to help children and families.

All We Need is Love…and Time

Dedicated to "transformation" and the work we do to improve service for families, children, and clients. By Bill Bott and Lori Wolff

Process Management – They Speak for Themselves

There have been many questions from program administrators on process management work at a time when state agency capacities remain stagnant while demand for public assistance continues to increase.

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