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How We Help Child Welfare Professionals
Whether you work for a public or private agency, we have a range of services and resources for busy child welfare professionals like you. From recruitment and retention strategies to child and family photolistings, we’re here to assist you in connecting foster and adoptive families with waiting children.
New Resource Guide: Support Matters: Lessons from the Field on Services for Adoption, Foster, and Kinship Care Families
This new AdoptUSKids publication highlights successful family support efforts of 31 programs throughout the country. It features information gathered from research and from leaders in the field about implementing support services, including forming public/private partnerships, accessing funding, assessing a program’s ability to engage families, and evaluating how services make a difference in the lives of children, youth, and families.
Resources for Diligent Recruitment
The National Resource Center for Diligent Recruitment at AdoptUSKids website has a wealth of information, ideas from the field, publications, and other resources to help child welfare systems recruit, retain, develop, and support foster, adoptive, and kinship families.
Register With AdoptUSKids
Whether you work for a public or private child welfare agency, you can register for free with AdoptUSKids to manage cases and give national exposure to children and families on your caseload.
How to Photolist and Manage Cases
Whether you work for a public or private child welfare agency, you can take advantage of our free photolisting services to manage cases and give national exposure to waiting children and families who are home studied and approved to adopt.
State Adoption and Foster Care Information
Learn about foster care and adoption guidelines for different States.
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