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Youth and FamilyBriefSeptember 20039/1/2003
our children: our future homeless homelessness child abuse child neglect child placement juvenile delinquency youth homeless youth homelessness out-of-home placement child welfare social services placements corrections placements homeless youths Our Children: Our Future Research Report on out-of-home placements child maltreatment juvenile justice community listening sessions Target Foundation Minneapolis Foundation Minnesota kids who don't live at home in-depth interviews with professionals from the medical, judicial, education, and law enforcement and corrections fields for Our children: our future African American children African-american children American indian native american
Heather Johnson2/15/2013 11:03 AMHeather Johnson
The "Our Children: Our Future" project focused on Minnesota children who do not live at home. Wilder Research conducted literature reviews and interviews with professionals in the medical, judicial, education, and corrections fields to learn about these children and how "the system" works. The reports include evidence about the effectiveness of services, the problems and needs identified by professionals, and professionals' opinions about the causes of and potential solutions to over-representation of African American and American Indian children in the welfare, juvenile justice, and youth homelessness systems.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1009 0100902/15/2013 12:57 PMOur Children, Our Future - A Research Report on Minnesota Children Who do not Live at Home, Full Report.pdfOur Children, Our Future - A Research Report on Minnesota Children Who do not Live at Home, Full ReportGreg Owen, Ellen Shelton, Michelle Decker Gerrard, Nicole MartinOtherOur Children, Our Future - A Research Report on Minnesota Children Who do not Live at Home, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefJune 20036/30/2003
our children: our future homeless homelessness child abuse child neglect child placement juvenile delinquency youth homeless youth homelessness out-of-home placement child welfare social services placements corrections placements homeless youths Our Children: Our Future Research Report on out-of-home placements child maltreatment juvenile justice community listening sessions Target Foundation Minneapolis Foundation Minnesota kids who don't live at home in-depth interviews with professionals from the medical, judicial, education, and law enforcement and corrections fields for Our children: our future African American children African-american children American indian native american
Heather Johnson2/15/2013 11:03 AMHeather Johnson
The "Our Children: Our Future" project focused on Minnesota children who do not live at home. Wilder Research conducted literature reviews and interviews with professionals in the medical, judicial, education, and corrections fields to learn about these children and how "the system" works. The reports include evidence about the effectiveness of services, the problems and needs identified by professionals, and professionals' opinions about the causes of and potential solutions to over-representation of African American and American Indian children in the welfare, juvenile justice, and youth homelessness systems.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1010 0101002/15/2013 12:57 PMOur Children, Our Future - Minnesota Kids Who Don't Live at Home, Summary.pdfOur Children, Our Future - Minnesota Kids Who Don't Live at Home, SummaryGreg Owen, Ellen Shelton, Michelle Decker Gerrard, Nicole MartinOtherOur Children, Our Future - Minnesota Kids Who Don't Live at Home, Summary.pdf3.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefMay 20055/1/2005
our children: our future homeless homelessness child abuse child neglect child placement juvenile delinquency youth homeless youth homelessness out-of-home placement child welfare social services placements corrections placements homeless youths Our Children: Our Future Research Report on out-of-home placements child maltreatment juvenile justice community listening sessions Target Foundation Minneapolis Foundation Minnesota kids who don't live at home in-depth interviews with professionals from the medical, judicial, education, and law enforcement and corrections fields for Our children: our future African American children African-american children American indian native american
Heather Johnson2/15/2013 11:03 AMHeather Johnson
The "Our Children: Our Future" project focused on Minnesota children who do not live at home. Wilder Research conducted literature reviews and interviews with professionals in the medical, judicial, education, and corrections fields to learn about these children and how "the system" works. The reports include evidence about the effectiveness of services, the problems and needs identified by professionals, and professionals' opinions about the causes of and potential solutions to over-representation of African American and American Indian children in the welfare, juvenile justice, and youth homelessness systems.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1011 0101102/15/2013 12:56 PMViews about Disparities African American and American Indian Children Experience in Minnesota's System of Child Welfare.pdfViews about Disparities African American and American Indian Children Experience in Minnesota's System of Child WelfareEllen Shelton, Nicole Martin, Michelle Decker Gerrard, Greg OwenSurveyViews about Disparities African American and American Indian Children Experience in Minnesota's System of Child Welfare.pdf2.0