Resources from Children's Bureau Express on Fathers

Program Logic Model for the Improvement of Outcomes for Children in the Child Welfare System as a Result of Father Involvement

We have developed a Program Logic Model for the Improvement of Outcomes for Children in the Child Welfare System as a Result of Father Involvement. This conceptual model is based upon our comprehensive review of the available research, and displays the ideal model service program, with the goal of developing knowledge about how non-resident fathers and paternal kin impact child safety, permanency, and well being. To view the logic model, click here.

 


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Materials on Father Involvement

In the link below, you'll find a page of links to reports, fact sheets, articles, and other materials addressing father involvement issues. Please check back periodically, as new material will be added to this page from time-to-time.

Click here for: Materials on Father Involvement

 


Recent U.S. DHHS Studies on Father Engagement

December 2006 federal Issue Brief, "Child Welfare Casework With Nonresident Fathers of Children in Foster Care", please click here

April 2006 federal Report, "What About the Dads", please click here

2008 federal Report, "More About the Dads", please click here

 


Other Literature and Resources

Below you will find a QIC NRF selected resource list that includes available literature on fathers in child welfare. Written materials cover issues relating to law and policy, programs and practice, evaluation and research.

 


Legislation on Non-Resident Fathers

The National Conference of State Legislatures has prepared summaries of current and proposed state laws on several topics relevant to non-resident fathers.

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