• June/July 2003
  • Vol. 4, No. 5


  • Recent Report Details Well-Being Indicators for Native American Children
    A new report from the National Indian Child Welfare Association and Casey Family Programs documents well-being indicators among Native American children and youth. This report, published in two...

  • Helping Children Heal From Trauma
    For many children, violence is a daily reality. Whether they experience violence as victims, as witnesses, or simply by being aware of violence around them, children need caring adults to help...

  • Post-Permanency Services
    A new monograph from the Casey Family Programs National Center for Resource Family Support (CNC), "Post-Permanency Services" considers what happens to children "after" they achieve their...

  • Foster Parent Support Group Mini-Grants
    The Professional Association of Treatment Homes (PATH) and the National Foster Parent Association (NFPA) are offering mini-grants of up to $5,000 each to support the development or enhancement of...

  • Target Stores Offer Local Grant Opportunities
    Target stores in communities across the United States are accepting applications for the company's community grant program, in the area of family violence prevention. Eligible activities may...

  • Advice for Foundation Grant-Seekers
    Jane Quinn, assistant executive director for community schools at the Children's Aid Society in New York City, has more than 20 years of fund-raising experience and has worked as a grant-maker for...