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The "success" of the CWLA's Adoption Project came to light when the United States Senate began conducting (27) subcommittee hearings in the 1970s on Indian child welfare issues.
In 1997 the CWLA conducted a nationwide survey of the services available to children of inmates through state-run child welfare systems.
CWLA Press is an imprint of the Child Welfare League of America.
The CWLA audit had pointed out that issues such as "child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, chronic mental health challenges, drug abuse and addiction, poor parenting choices, homelessness, cultural differences, parental incarceration and poverty require coordinated community effort'' outside of DCF.
CWLA (2007) has asserted that effective partnerships that develop, coordinate, and evaluate interventions are "necessary to ensure best outcomes for the child" (p.
CWLA testimony to Ways and Means Subcommittee on Human Resources for hearing on parental substance abuse and child abuse.
Statement adopted May 21, 1970, by CWLA board and staff.
In the years with CWLA, I was never encouraged to submit to anything but Native American publications, such as the "special" Native writers edition of the Alaska Quarterly Review (Spatz, Partnow, and Breinig 1999).
"More than two million abused, neglected and at-risk children are served by the nation's child welfare system," said David Liederman, CWLA executive director.
That said, the CWLA report reinforces what too many tragedies have made painfully clear: DCF can and must do better.
CWLA best practice guidelines: Serving LGBT youth in out-of-home care.
Another important influence on the development of substitute family systems came from the PRIDE programme, originally developed by the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) and introduced in a modified form from Poland in 2007.
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