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This factsheet is designed to help parents (birth, foster, and adoptive) and other caregivers seeking information about the best way to resolve their differences with a service provider or other child welfare professional. Because child welfare agency policies and procedures are state-specific,...
This factsheet provides information on how communities, community leaders, and individual citizens can strengthen families, protect children, and prevent child abuse and neglect. (Author abstract)
This tip sheet explains the financial realities of divorce. It advises parents on what information is acceptable to share with children during the child support process. It suggests one way to reduce post-divorce conflict over money through an example of one agency in Ohio.
When a child tells an adult that he or she has been sexually abused, the adult may feel uncomfortable and may not know what to say or do. The following guidelines should be used when responding to children who say they have been sexually abused. (Author abstract)
This set includes 21 tip sheets written to help service providers offer guidance to parents and caregivers on specific issues, while supporting factors known to protect families from the risk of child abuse and neglect. Each easy-to-read factsheet focuses on concrete steps parents can take to...