In 2011, Delaware's child welfare system wasn't just in trouble -- it was in crisis, with too many teens entering out-of-home care and later exiting foster care disconnected from family. To fix this broken system, the state launched a sweeping, data-driven reform effort called Outcomes Matter. The initiative boosted morale among caseworkers and gave kids and families a critical voice in the decision-making process. But the best part? The effort helped improve the well-being of Delaware's children and families.
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Title: Crisis and Opportunity in Delaware's Child Welfare System
Publication date 2016-03-02
Publication Year 2016
Annie E. Casey Foundation
North America / United States (Northeastern) / Delaware
child welfare system
, e casey foundation
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