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|Document Title:||Developing Recruitment Plans: A Toolkit for States and Tribes.|
|Corporate Author:||National Resource Center for Diligent Recruitment at AdoptUSKids.|
|Abstract:||We developed this toolkit as a resource that child welfare systems can use in multiple ways to support your processes for developing recruitment plans. Through our work with states, tribes, counties, and territories on diligent recruitment and recruitment planning efforts, we hear a strong desire for additional tools and resources to help child welfare systems develop strategic, data-driven recruitment plans that will help you build and sustain a pool of resource families that can meet the needs of children in foster care. (Author abstract.)|
|Document Title:||Partners for Forever Families: A Public-Private-University Initiative and Neighborhood-Based Approach. Final Report, Year 5, 2012-2013.|
|Personal Author:||Groza, Victor.,Brody, Grace F.,Riley-Behringer, Maureen.,Cage, Jamie.,Lodge, Kate.|
|Abstract:||This final report discusses the activities and accomplishments of a 5-year federally funded program designed to focus on permanency for older children and sibling groups in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. The Partners for Forever Families used a multi-faceted resource family recruitment and service program to recruit, support, approve, and stabilize relatives as resource families from the time children enter temporary care, develop a protocol to resolve sibling issues early to promote keeping siblings together, and assist children who are 17 and older in connecting with kin when no permanency resource has been found. The types of recruitment--general, child-centered, and targeted--were conducted with...more|