Finding Family in Child Welfare

Once a child is placed in foster care, they’re reuniting with their parent or guardian less than half of the time. But many child welfare agencies say reuniting families is a top priority. Is it possible to have a system that both protects children and prioritizes families?

Aby, a Mother who reunited with her child
Dalton Shump, Permanency Case Worker, KVC
Molly Tierney, Managing Director, North American Public Sector at Accenture, Former Director of the Baltimore City Department of Social Services
Lynn Price, Founder, Camp to Belong