Engaging Families as Partners in Child Welfare

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Engaging families in case planning is considered a hallmark of successful child welfare practice. It encourages families to work toward case goals that build on their strengths and consider their needs, which helps improve family well-being and child welfare outcomes. Family Engagement: Partnering with Families to Improve Child Welfare Outcomes is the newest addition to Child Welfare Information Gateway's Bulletins for Professionals series. It explores how child welfare professionals can partner with families and ensure a more family-centric approach to casework.


Related Topics

  • Behavioral Health
  • Child Welfare
  • Children 0-5
  • Children 6-19
  • Extended Family
  • Fathers/Partners
  • Parenting