Minnesota's Short-Stayers

The Minnesota Department of Human Services, Child Safety and Permanency Division wanted to gain insight into children placed in out-of-home care for 30 days or less. With support from Casey Family Programs, Wilder Research conducted a study of the “short-stayer” population to paint a clearer picture of these children in the child welfare system.

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Minnesota's Short-Stayers - A Study of Children Who Have Experienced Short Out-of-Home-Placement StaysOtherSeptember 2016Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Monica Idzelis Rothe

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