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Casey Family Programs: Offers periodic "fostering families, fostering change" emails:
  • Casey Announcements about upcoming events, updates to Casey tools, and invitations to participate in studies
  • Alumni Quarterly for people of all ages who have experienced foster care
  • Family Voices Quarterly for birth parents, relative caregivers, and foster parents
  • Research updates about new studies and findings
  • Connections Count e-newsletter focuses on youth permanence.

Child Trends: A periodic newsletter about the major developments within the child and youth social indicators fields.

Children's Monitor Online: A public policy update from the Child Welfare League of America. Stay informed about the latest federal legislation affecting children, youth and families.

Civitas: Approximately every month, you'll receive 'Bits of Understanding' with updates and information about Civitas and child development.

Connect for Kids: The CFK Weekly brings you the latest news, research, data, and policy information from a wide range of organizations working in the field of children's and youth issues.

The Future of Children: Published by The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, this free newsletter began in October 2001. The purpose is to disseminate timely information on major issues related to children's well-being.

National Children's Advocacy Center: In the Loop is NCAC's free monthly update containing information on new trainings, publications and other resources that will help you to better serve children and families.

The National Criminal Justice Reference Service: Receive JUSTINFO, a bi-weekly newsletter with new releases and other announcements.

National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse: Those who are interested in fatherhood issues can receive free email updates.

The National Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning: A training, technical assistance, and information services organization dedicated to increasing the capacity of child welfare agencies to provide children with safe, permanent families in supportive communities.

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