In this issue of Protecting Children, child welfare researchers and practitioners from across the nation share the lessons they learned from the National Quality Improvement Center on Nonresident Fathers and the Child Welfare System (QIC NRF). The QIC NRF is a 5-year (2007-2011), federally funded project to promote knowledge development around engaging non-resident fathers of children involved in the child welfare system, and the impact of that engagement on child safety, permanency, and well-being outcomes.
Fathers’ Voices in the Child Welfare System: Not About us Without us. Is an article within this issue of Protecting Children.
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