How and Why to Involve the Courts in Your Child and Family Services Review: Suggestions for Agency Administrators

Learn how involving courts and attorneys in the CFSR can support making effective improvements to State child welfare programs.

Publication year: 2016
Author:
Capacity Building Center for Courts

Description

As the third Round of Federal Child and Family Service Reviews (CFSR) begins, this paper describes how involving courts and attorneys in the CFSR can support making effective improvements to State child welfare programs. The paper also addresses how to involve the courts and the range of legal and judicial issues that can be relevant and important to the CFSR.

Suggested Citation

Capacity Building Center for Courts (2016). How and Why to Involve the Courts in Your Child and Family Services Review: Suggestions for Agency Administrators. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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