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Summer 2011: Working with Impoverished Families

Spring 2011: Current Trends in Volunteering

Winter 2011: Supporting Youth Transitioning to Adulthood

Fall 2010: Ensuring Equity for All Children in Foster Care

Summer 2010: Promoting Safety in Cases Involving Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment

Winter 2010: Foster Care Adoption

Fall 2009: Addressing the Needs of LGBTQ Youth in Care

Summer 2009: Permanency for Children and Youth in Care (2 MB PDF)

Spring 2009: Challenges Faced by Foster Youth with Chronic Ilnesses and Severe Disabilities (1.6 MB PDF)

Winter 2009: Serving American Indian/Alaska Native Children in Foster Care (1.3 MB PDF)

Fall 2008: Reuniting Families Involved in the Child Welfare System (1.9 MB PDF)

Summer 2008: Mental Health Treatment for Children in Care (1.6 MB PDF)

Spring 2008: Helping Older Youth in Care (1.3 MB PDF)

Winter 2008: Encouraging Child Resilience (1.9 MB PDF)

Fall 2007: Family Treatment Courts and Substance Abuse (2.8 MB PDF)

Summer 2007: Overrepresentation of Youth of Color in Foster Care (2.9 MB PDF)

Spring 2007: Special 30th Anniversary Issue (1.8 MB PDF)

Winter 2007: Advocating for Foster Youth in Special Education (1.5 MB PDF)

Fall 2006:The Interplay of Poverty and Child Welfare (1.4 MB PDF)

Summer 2006: Immigrant Children and Families in the Foster Care System (2.2 MB PDF)

Spring 2006: Advocating for Infants and Toddlers (2.2 MB PDF)

Winter 2006: Advocating for Children in Foster Care with an Incarcerated Parent (1.62 MB PDF)

Fall 2005: CASA Volunteers Offer Hope to Children Leaving Foster Care (1.5 MB PDF)

Summer 2005: Relative Care Creates Powerful Bonds for Children (1.75 MB PDF)

Spring 2005: Advocating for Children in Rural Areas (1.8 MB PDF)

Spring 2004: Multiracial Youth in Care



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