The Children's Bureau (Organization - Governmental)
The Children's Bureau (CB) is one of six bureaus within the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Administration for Children and Families, of the Department of Health and Human Services....
The National Alliance of Children's Trust and Prevention Funds (Organization - Membership)
The National Alliance of Children's Trust and Prevention Funds (Alliance) is a membership organization that provides training, technical assistance and peer consulting opportunities to state...
The National Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning (Organization - Governmental)
The National Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning at the Hunter College School of Social Work, in collaboration with our partners at the Child Welfare League of America...
National Child Welfare Resource Center for Adoption (Organization - Governmental)
The mission of the National Child Welfare Resource Center for Adoption is to assist States, Tribes and other federally funded child welfare agencies in building their capacity to ensure the safety,...
National Resource Center for Youth Development (Organization - Not Classified)
The University of Oklahoma National Child Welfare Resource Center for Youth Development (NCWRCYD) increases the capacity and resources of States and Tribes to effectively help youth in care establish...
National Resource Center on Child Maltreatment (Organization - Governmental)
The National Resource Center on Child Maltreatment (NRCCM) is a service of the Children's Bureau and a key member of the Technical Assistance and Consultation network for the Child and Family Services...
Children of Alcoholics Foundation (Organization - Private, Non-Profit)
The Children of Alcoholics Foundation was established in 1982 to help children and adults from addicted families. The Foundation was created in response to a ground swell of public interest following...
Baltimore City Child Find (Program)
identification of children and young adults with educational disabilities
Ages 3 years - 20 years.
EDJJ examines the overrepresentation of youth with disabilities at-risk for contact with the courts or already involved in the juvenile delinquency system. We provide professional development and...
Age groups: Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5), School Age (6-12), Infancy (<1), Adolescence (13-21), Toddlerhood (1-3)