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Child Welfare Journal, Vol. 89, No. 2
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Special Issue
Residential Care and Treatment

Edited by Lloyd Bullard, Larry W. Owens, Louise Richmond, Floyd Alwon

Table of Contents

• The Building Bridges Initiative: “Residential and Community-Based Providers, Families, and Youth Coming Together to Improve Outcomes
• Performance-Based Contracting in Residential Care and Treatment: Driving Policy and Practice Change through Public-Private Partnership in Illinois
• National Child and Youth Care Practitioner Professional Certification: Promoting Competent Care for Children and Youth
• Innovations in Implementation of Trauma-Informed Care Practices in Youth Residential Treatment: A Curriculum for Organizational Change
• A Social Pedagogy Approach to Residential Care: Balancing Education and Placement in the Development of an Innovative Child Welfare Residential Program in Ontario, Canada
• Modernizing Residential Treatment Centers for Children and Youth—An Informed Approach to Improve Long-Term Outcomes: The Damar Pilot
• Children and Residential Experiences: A Comprehensive Strategy for Implementing a Research-Informed Program Model for Residential Care
• Psychotropic Medication Management in a Residential Group Care Program
• Restraint Use in Residential Programs: Why Are Best Practices Ignored?
• Academic and Behavioral Characteristics of Students at a Secondary Residential School
• Young People’s Satisfaction with Residential Care: Identifying Strengths and Weaknesses in Service Delivery
• Comparing Three Years of Well-Being Outcomes for Youth in Group Care and Nonkinship Foster Care
• Lessons Learned from 14 Years of Outcomes: The Need for Collaboration, Utilization, and Projection