Vol 28

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February 2010, 28(12)

  1. Protecting and Defending a Young Person in Foster Care from Financial Identity Theft
  2. Adoption Survey Uncovers Latest Trends in Adoption
  3. Most Runaway Teens Return Home with Help of Family Ties
  4. More Than One Third of Child Sex Abusers Are Juveniles


January 2010, 28(11)

  1. Working with Parent Partners to Achieve Better Case Outcomes for Families
  2. From Parent-in-Crisis to Parent Partner - Nancy Colon’s Story
  3. Understanding the “Culture of Adolescence:” The Key to Keeping Teens Healthy
  4. Implementing the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008


December 2009, 28(10)

  1. From the Courthouse to the Statehouse: Parents as Partners in Child Welfare
  2. While Adolescents May Reason as Well as Adults, Their Emotional Maturity Lags
  3. Power Imbalances in Child Protection Mediation: How the Mediator Can Help


November 2009, 28(9)

  1. Maintaining Families When Parents Have Disabilities
  2. Four Strategies to Implement the Fostering Connections Act’s Education Provisions
  3. To Terminate Parental Rights or Not?
  4. New Housing Resources for Child Welfare Families and Aging-out Youth
  5. Study Ranks States’ Legal Representation of Children


October 2009, 28(8)

  1. How Attorneys Can Improve Interstate Placements: Lessons Learned from State CIP Assessments
  2. Education Transition Plans for Children in Foster Care
  3. American Indian Children Faring Poorly in Foster Care
  4. Family Drug Treatment Courts Show Promise
  5. Family Stability More Crucial than Two Parents for Child Success
  6. Three ABA Policies Support Education Rights for Children


September 2009, 28(7)

  1. Protecting a Parent’s Right to Counsel in Child Welfare Cases
  2. Protecting Newborns from Parents Who Abuse Drugs or Alcohol
  3. Advocacy for Young or Expectant Parents in Foster Care


August 2009, 28(6)

  1. Addressing Ethical Issues in the Representation of Nonresident Fathers
  2. On the Benefits of a National Putative Father Registry
  3. Extending Foster Care to Age 21: Benefits, Costs, and Opportunities for States
  4. Racial Disparities in the Child Welfare System: Reversing Trends
  5. Florida Turns to Handheld Devices to Streamline Child Welfare Casework


July 2009, 28(5)

  1. Legal Strategies to Address Child Support Obligations for Nonresident Fathers in the Child Welfare System
  2. The World of the Adopted Child
  3. Adapting Evidence-Based Treatments for Use with American Indian and Native Alaskan Children and Youth
  4. Assessing a Child’s Ability to Participate in Court (Part 2)


June 2009, 28(4)

  1. Representing Incarcerated Nonresident Fathers in Child Welfare Cases
  2. Stepping Up for Parents in the Child Welfare System
  3. Secretary of Education Outlines Education Priorities
  4. Extended Families Help Children Avoid Foster Care
  5. Family Routines and Relationships Strengthen Poor Families
  6. Assessing a Child’s Ability to Participate in Court (Pt. 1)


May 2009, 28(3)

  1. Cornerstone Advocacy in the First 60 Days: Achieving Safe and Lasting Reunification for Families
  2. Groundbreaking Reforms Improve Representation for Georgia Children
  3. Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect through Strong Communities for Children
  4. Federal Courts Find Childhood Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism


April 2009, 28(2)

  1. The Amazing Teen Brain: What Every Child Advocate Needs to Know
  2. Program Teaches Domestic Violence Victims Safe Use of Technology
  3. Engaging Fathers in the Child Protection Process: The Judicial Role (Part 2)


March 2009, 28(1)

  1. Engaging Fathers in the Child Protection Process: The Judicial Role (Part 1)
  2. Improving Child Welfare Practice in Rural Communities
  3. What Passage of CHIPRA Means for Child Advocates
  4. Raising Funds for Courts: Judges’ Roles
  5. Recovery Coaches Lower Risk of Drug-Exposed Newborns