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Explore how data reported in AFCARS about youth who run away from state custody can be used to inform interventions.

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Find the eligibility requirements of the Children’s Justice Act grant and the roles and responsibilities of grantees.

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Explore information and get guidance about sex trafficking and identification of sex trafficking victims.

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Learn about State Liaison Officers are, who they are, their roles, responsibilities, and resources.

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Explore sex trafficking prevention best practices for implementing provisions of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act (P.L. 113-183).

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Read about the value of collaboration as the key to prevention, safety, and long-term stability for children and families.

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Engage staff and partners with activities in this guide to start a dialogue and create a vision for a more prevention-focused child welfare system.

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The infographic provides a visual reference for the cultural shift needed to protect children through strengthening families.

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Helps child welfare leaders identify what they can do to advance their prevention vision and shows what they will see as that vision takes root.