Category Archives: Primers

CCRWF Releases Updated CalWORKs Primer

California’s welfare program is at the center of the state’s budget debates. CCRWF’s updated and newly released CalWORKs primer can help you deepen your understanding of the history, purpose and structure of this essential social service program. Understanding CalWORKs: A … Continue reading

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Understanding the Child Welfare System in California: A Primer for Service Providers and Policymakers

Understanding the Child Welfare System in California: A Primer for Service Providers and Policymakers (2nd edition) is one in a series of primers offered to assist practitioners and policy leaders in advancing their basic knowledge of complex social service systems. … Continue reading

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Understanding Nutrition: A Primer on Programs and Policies in California

Understanding Nutrition: A Primer on Programs and Policies in California is one in a series of primers offered to assist practitioners and policy leaders in advancing their basic knowledge of complex social service systems. This Primer offers a statistical profile … Continue reading

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Understanding CalWORKs: A Primer for Service Providers and Policymakers

Understanding CalWORKs: A Primer for Service Providers and Policymakers is one of a series of primers offered to assist practitioners and policy leaders in advancing their basic knowledge of complex social service systems. Funded by the Zellerbach Family Foundation, this … Continue reading

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Code Blue: Health Services For Children In Foster Care

Through the California Foster Children’s Health Project, more than 30 leaders in child welfare and health care met over a period of six months in 1997-98 to analyze issues and develop recommendations to improve health services for children in foster … Continue reading

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