The Annie E. Casey Foundation The Annie E. Casey Foundation provides data on racial disparities. They have a KIDS COUNT data center where you find resources organized by topic and location, and a variety of publications. Casey Family Programs Casey Family Programs has a lot of resources and also has links to additional services. They have lots of publications in the field of child welfare and foster care.
Child Welfare Information Getaway An extension of the Administration for Children and Families, Child Welfare Information Getaway provides statistics and publications on issues of child welfare. It also has opportunities for free subscription to the latest child welfare news and resources so you are always informed. Child Welfare League of America Access to publications, journals, and other website links for statistics. The "practice areas" tabs provide topics to select from to find more information.
Children, Youth, and Family Consortium The Children, Youth, and Family Consortium provides education, gathers research, and has links to publications and videos. They also have subscriptions.
Children's Defense Fund The Children's Defense Fund has a research library covering a broad array of topics, including social welfare topics and beyond. They also separate out resources for you to decide which resources you would like to look into (manuals, publications, fact sheets, etc.)
Mending the Sacred Hoop MSH is a local Duluth organization that has a national technical assistance project and trainings. MSH is a strong resource for working to end violence against Native American women.
MN DHS Information Center This website has the most up-to-date resources, brochures, publications, manuals, documents, and anything related to the Minnesota Department of Human Services. National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Under their resource center tab, on the right side they have "disciplines" options to select what information would be helpful to particular audiences. The website has over 1,300 resources gathered.
National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare NCSACW is a resource center for information, training, technical assistance, and expert consultation for child welfare, court, and substance abuse treatment professionals. They have current issues in the field and also fact sheets and statistics sheets.
National Child Advocacy Center Under the tab CALiO Library, there is a column with a variety of resources for child abuse practitioners, community members, parents, etc. NCAC has a full time librarian that organizes online resources for child advocacy centers. They also give links to public databases and journals.
National Indian Child Welfare Association NICWA provides training, technical assistance, and information services to improve communities through the Indian Child Welfare Act. They also have current events that are affecting ICWA.
National Resource Center for Youth Development The NRCYD has resources for youth, including state and tribal resources. They include information on the Fostering Connections and Increasing Adoptions Act, LGBT Youth, Youth Engagement, and more.
Search Institute Search institute is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities. Shared Hope International Shared Hope International is an organization that fights sex trafficking through prevention, restoration, and bringing justice through policy initiatives and legislative advocacy.
Signs of Safety Signs of Safety is a growing movement in the field of child protection and is a widely-used model for working with families.
Southern Poverty Law Center Southern Poverty Law Center is the leading organization tracking hate crimes in the United States and is a strong advocate for many human rights issues.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration SAMHSA has publications, documents, topics, and a variety of resources. They also provide many professional toolkits and brochures that can be sent in the mail that can be distributed at work centers to assist with the cause of sharing information with clients and families.
Zero to Three Zero to Three is a website dedicated to educating early childhood development for child welfare professionals, courtroom professionals, and others. They have manuals, publications, and information on innovative early development initiatives in the courtroom regarding child welfare cases.