4 Works

Quality Improvement Center for Adoption and Guardianship Support and Preservation

Rowena Fong & Nancy Rolock
The Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Service established the National Quality Improvement Center for Adoption and Guardianship Support and Preservation (QIC-AG). In October 2014, the QIC-AG was awarded to Spaulding for Children in partnership with The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The QIC-AG was designed to promote permanence, when reunification is no longer...

Contact After Adoption or Guardianship: Child Welfare Agency and Family Interactions

Nancy Rolock, Kevin White, Heather Ringeisen, Rose Domanico, Rong Bai & Leyla Stambaugh
The purpose of the Understanding Postadoption and Guardianship Instability for Children and Youth Who Exit Foster Care project is to examine rates of instability, factors associated with instability, and the supports and resources that promote post-permanency stability. Ultimately, the project aims to support efforts to build the capacity of federal, state, and local agencies to get accurate information about instability for children who exit foster care to adoption or guardianship. In order to examine these...

Neighborhood and Household Factors in the Etiology of Child Maltreatment

Jill Korbin & Claudia Coulton
Two complementary research components--structured interviews with and ethnographic studies of parents--will address the two primary issues of this study. The factors being examined are (1) the ways in which neighborhood characteristics are related to parental behaviors that increase or decrease the risk of child maltreatment and (2) the ways in which parental perceptions of the neighborhood affect child maltreatment. Neighborhoods categorized as at high risk, medium risk, and low risk for child abuse and neglect...

Understanding Post Adoption and Guardianship Instability for Children and Youth Who Exit Foster Care (PAGI): The NSCAW Adoption Study

Heather Ringeisen, Rose Domanico, Nancy Rolock, Kevin White, Stephen Tueller & Leyla Stambaugh
The purpose of the Understanding Postadoption and Guardianship Instability for Children and Youth Who Exit Foster Care (or PAGI) project is to examine rates of instability, factors associated with instability, and the supports and resources that promote post-permanency stability. Ultimately, the project aims to support efforts to build the capacity of federal, state, and local agencies to get accurate information about instability for children who exit foster care to adoption or guardianship. In order to...

Registration Year

  • 2022
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  • 2019
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  • Case Western Reserve University
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  • Duke University
    3
  • East Carolina University
    2
  • RTI International
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  • The University of Texas at Austin
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  • Cornell University
    1