Superutilization of Child Welfare and Other Services

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Casey Family Programs

Reducing the number of children in foster care requires actionable policy and practical solutions. By identifying subpopulations of children and youth who use intensive or frequent services, we might shed light on those who lack the right types of support at critical junctures, live in overly restrictive environments, receive too many ineffective services, or require better and different ways of meeting their needs.

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Elizabeth  Weigensberg

Elizabeth Weigensberg

Senior Researcher

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Matthew  Stagner

Matthew Stagner

Vice President; Director of Human Services

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Derekh Cornwell

Derekh Cornwell

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