Arizona Judicial Branch



How Science Can Help Us Measure and Improve the Well-Being of Foster Youth
February 19, 2015

National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
January 20, 2015

Cuts to Child Welfare Force States to Spend Smarter
October 14, 2014

Overturned Child Abuse Conviction Lands Before U.S. Supreme Court
October 2, 2014

Foster Care Law Like Detert's OK'd in D.C.
October 2, 2014

Bill to Fight Child Trafficking, Strengthen Child Welfare Protections Becomes Law
October 1, 2014

Number of U.S. Kids in Foster Care Up After Long Dip
September 29, 2014

Total U.S. Child Welfare Spending Drops for First Time in Decades
September 29, 2014

An Effective Early Intervention Program for Substance Exposed Babies and Toddlers
September 27, 2014

Tester Begins Hearing on Sex Trafficking in Indian Country
September 3, 2014


4 Ways to Look at Sex Trafficking
January 23, 2015

New Report Shows Record Number of AZ kids Removed from Homes
January 14, 2015

Arizona Child Abuse Numbers Up as New Child Welfare Agency Begins to Tackle Problem
October 31, 2014

Advocates Needed for Victims of Child Abuse
October 21, 2014

Shelters Too Often Home for Tucson's Abused Kids
October 11, 2014

State's Foster-Care Cases Rose Over Decade, as National Numbers Fell
October 10, 2014

Dogs Serve as Nonjudgmental Therapists for Kids
September 23, 2014

Group Wants Statewide Foster Child Education Plan
September 17, 2014

Foster Care Review Board Needs Help Serving 3,000 kids
January 30, 2014

Children's Bureau Express

February 2015 Issue Spotlight: Diverse Populations

The children and families touched by child welfare come from all walks of life and represent many ethnicities, races, cultures, lifestyles, sexual orientations, and gender identities. This month's CBX explores some of the issues faced by diverse populations in child welfare as well as efforts to improve services, outcomes, and opportunities for all children and families.