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ISS/IRC Code TOOL-ADOPT US-047
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Title Getting home on time: predicting timely permanence for young children
Author POTTER Cathryn
Generic unit Child Welfare, Mar/Apr, vol 81, n° 2

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Date published/issue 00-00-0000
Date received 00-00-0000
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Publisher Child Welfare League of America
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Page pp.
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ISBN 0009-4021
Type of material Monograph
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Document description Commentaries
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Country concerned UNITED STATES
Index Family-origin
Foster-care
Foster-care-dom
Neglect
Placement
Placement-review
Free text Examines the multivariate predictors of timely permanence for children served by Colorado's Expedited Permanency Planning (EPP) project. EPP has used an intensive concurrent planning model aimed at reaching permanency within 12 months of initial placement for children aged 6 and younger. Uses qualitative interviews with child welfare and court personnel to identify critical barriers to supports for effective permanency planning.

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