insights Out: Endnotes

References Cited in the Paper

I.        Federal Child Welfare Financing Reform Fact Sheet (2014)
The fact sheet details why a well-designed federal finance reform is needed and discusses broad areas of agreement and potential opportunities for action.

II.        Child Welfare: An Overview of Federal Programs and Their Current Funding (2014)
This report summarizes the extent of federally funded child welfare programs and services.

III.        Profiles of the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects (2013)
State-by-state profiles of the Child Welfare Demonstration Projects active between Federal FY 1996 and 2012.

IV.        State of California Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Capped Allocation Project (CAP) Interim Evaluation (2010)
This report summarizes the purpose of the Title IV-E Demonstration Capped Allocation Project (CAP), and the programs and evaluations for the two participating California counties – Alameda County and Los Angeles County.

V.        The Cost of Doing Nothing (2014)
An infographic that describes the grim results of legislative inaction regarding child welfare financing.

VI.        NAPCWA Child Welfare Finance Reform Policy Proposal
The National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators’ policy proposal for federal finance reform, including child welfare reform goals and objectives.

VII.        When Child Welfare Works: A Working Paper – A Proposal to Finance Best Practices (2013)
A policy framework developed by Casey Family Programs that encourage best practices and strategic realignment of the Title IV-E reimbursement system and other federal financing sources.

VIII.        Ensuring Safe, Nurturing and Permanent Families for Children: The Need for Federal Finance Reform (2010)
This report highlights the need for federal finance reform that supports safety and permanency for children affected by child welfare services.

IX.        Federal Child Welfare Finance Reform: A Toolkit for California (2014)
This cover sheet outlines the contents of the California Child Welfare Council’s toolkit, a set of tools developed by the Council’s Prevention and Early Intervention Committee to guide California’s federal finance reform efforts.