Report #18: Preliminary estimates for FY 2010 as of June 2011.
The Fiscal Year 2015 AFCARS
report, including a table showing reasons for removal from home, is now available.
DEP'T HEALTH & Human Services, Children's Bureau, http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/researchdata-technology/statistics- research/afcars (last visited March 29, 2015) (containing the AFCARS
Half of these children are ten, almost one-third are infants and most reside in foster homes with non-relatives (AFCARS
(80) Such information would be based on data reported by states to HHS via AFCARS
and data collected by states on the protocols for responding to children who run away, including--characteristics of children who run from foster care, and trends in the number of children reported as runaways in each fiscal year; state efforts to provide specialized services and placements to address the needs of these children.
(113.) See AFCARS
Final Estimates, supra note 78, at 3.
Foster care enrollment data come from the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS
The Adoption and Foster Care Reporting and Analysis System (AFCARS
) Report #18: Preliminary estimates for FY 2010.
FOR CHILDREN &: FAMILIES, THE AFCARS
REPORT PRELIMINARY FY 2010 ESTIMATES AS OF JUNE 2011, available at http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/stats_research/afcars/tar/report18.htm.
report: Interim FY2011 estimates as of June 2011 (18).
US Department of Health and Human Services, Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS
), 2005; www.acf.hhs.gov/ programs/cb/stats_research/index.htm [retrieved 5 December 2005]
Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Report System (AFCARS