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June 16th

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These teams of authors, representing research institutions from across the United States, submitted winning proposals to Upbring’s Call for White Papers in 2016. Upbring is seeking evidence from Texas, and the rest of the world, on best practices for building protective factors for children in the child welfare system in the areas of health, education, safety, life skills and vocation.

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Completed White Papers

How Can Strong Communities Transform Community Norms and Structures to Promote Children’s Safety and Well-Being?

Nontraditional Trauma Therapies for Youth: A Review and Synthesis

Special Health Needs of Children Investigated for Maltreatment: An analysis from the Second National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being

A Developmental Theory Perspective on the Child Welfare System

Structuring Policies and Practices to Support Educational Resilience of Foster Youth

Promising Practices to Address the Developmental Needs of Young Maltreated Children in Contact with the U.S. Child Welfare System

Intergenerational Transmission of Child Neglect

The Need for Primary Care Medical Homes for Children in Foster Care

Breaking the Cycle of Child Abuse: Mapping to Allocate Nonprofit Resources in Central Texas

Achieving Permanency for Children in Care: Barriers and Future Directions

Evidence-based and Promising Interventions for Preventing Child Fatalities and Severe Child Injuries Related to Child Maltreatment

 

 

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