In February 2022 the Annie E. Casey Foundation released a document, Key funding streams to keep families supported, connected and safe. It can be downloaded at https://www.aecf.org/resources/key-funding-streams-to-keep-families-supported-connected-and-safe.
The Family First Prevention Services Act provides an important opportunity for child welfare leaders to support families with Title IV-E funding. However, Family First is just one piece of the puzzle.
Developing an array of services to meet family needs requires child welfare leaders to understand funding that is administered by other agencies and to work across sectors to support a broad range of services.
This quick, four-page brief highlights federal funding streams that can support a continuum of services to prevent children from entering the child welfare system and foster care. It also shares examples of how communities are leveraging such funding streams at the local level. It is part of the Funding Strategies to Support Families series.
Minding Hearts is building advocacy and peer support groups in each state. The groups are created to raise awareness, educate, and advocate for those that might not otherwise be heard. We are here for encouragement, education, and support. We cannot give legal advice, but we can try and direct you in the right direction with your case. Links to legal services are listed with their states. Please share and let’s grow our groups. We are here to support families and develop resources that maintain family integrity. We look forward to your support. If you would rather become active by donating, then visit the donation page.
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I hope everyone steps up & makes a difference & stop CPS & Foster care in group homes & listens to the children trust them until they show you they can’t be & it maybe they are being honest for goodness sake’s. Ty for helping with them also
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