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Child Welfare Information Gateway

Formerly the National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information and the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse, Child Welfare Information Gateway provides access to information and resources to help protect children and strengthen families. A service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Clearinghouses provide information, products and technical assistance services that help professionals locate information related to their designated topic.The Clearinghouses can help you find research, statistics, State laws, and resources on topics that are pertinent to their area of expertise.

  • Entry Type: Organization/Agency, Resource
  • Audience For Entry:
  • Service Area: National
  • Population Served: (Youth) All Transition Age Youth, (Youth) with Mental Health Issues, (Youth) Disconnected Youth, (Youth) Economically Disadvantaged, (Youth) Homeless/Runaway, (Youth) Juvenile Justice Involved, (Youth) with Physical Disabilities, (Youth) with Developmental Disabilities, (Youth) with Learning Disabilities, (Youth) Non-Native or Limited English, (Youth) Foster Youth, (Youth) Youth in Group Homes, (Youth) Parenting/pregnant Youth, (Youth) Refugees, (Youth) LGBTQQI Youth, (Youth) Other Youth, Families, Foster Parents, Professionals
  • Services Offered To Youth:
  • Services Offered To Professionals: Professional Development, Technical Assistance
  • Services Offered To Families:
  • Subjects: Youth Development, Academic Achievement, Career Preparation, Youth Leadership, Community Services and Support, System Improvement, Cross-system collaboration, Cultural Competence, Sexuality & Gender, Transition, Suicide, Trauma, Delinquency, Disconnection from School & Work, Homelessness, Parental Abuse & Neglect, Teen Pregnancy & Parenting, Poverty, Violence
  • Systems Addressed: Child Welfare, Other Social Services
  • Resource Types Offered: Tools, Publications, Web links, Quality Practices, Evidence-based Practices, Research