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Youth and FamilyBriefOctober 200810/1/2008
The Homecoming Project Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS permanency finding adopted homes for teens foster parents adoptive parents adoption teenagers youth Practice tips from the Homecoming Project for working with teens under state guardianship child welfare foster children Minnesota Adoption Resource Network MARN comparison group
Heather Johnson8/6/2012 10:34 AMHeather Johnson
Funded from 2003 to 2008 as a demonstration project under a federal Adoption Opportunities and Activities Grant, The Homecoming Project provided an opportunity to expand efforts to recruit permanent families for teenagers with the overall goal of increasing the number of adoptions of adolescents under state guardianship in Minnesota. Wilder Research conducted a process and outcome evaluation and developed practice tips for working with teens under state guardianship
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-635 063508/6/2012 10:58 AMFinding Adopted Familes for Teens - Practice Tips for Working with Teens Under State Guardianship.pdfFinding Adopted Familes for Teens - Practice Tips for Working with Teens Under State GuardianshipMaggie Skrypek, Michelle ChalmersDemonstration ProjectFinding Adopted Familes for Teens - Practice Tips for Working with Teens Under State Guardianship.pdf3.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefDecember 200812/1/2008
The Homecoming Project Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS permanency finding adopted homes for teens foster parents adoptive parents adoption teenagers youth Practice tips from the Homecoming Project for working with teens under state guardianship child welfare foster children Minnesota Adoption Resource Network MARN comparison group
Heather Johnson8/6/2012 10:34 AMHeather Johnson
Funded from 2003 to 2008 as a demonstration project under a federal Adoption Opportunities and Activities Grant, The Homecoming Project provided an opportunity to expand efforts to recruit permanent families for teenagers with the overall goal of increasing the number of adoptions of adolescents under state guardianship in Minnesota. Wilder Research conducted a process and outcome evaluation and developed practice tips for working with teens under state guardianship
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-636 063608/6/2012 10:58 AMFinding Permanent Families for Teens Under State Guardianship - Final Report for The Homecoming Project.pdfFinding Permanent Families for Teens Under State Guardianship - Final Report for The Homecoming ProjectMichelle Decker Gerrard, Ellen Shelton, Maggie Skrypek, Ron MortensonDemonstration ProjectFinding Permanent Families for Teens Under State Guardianship - Final Report for The Homecoming Project.pdf2.0