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Message ID: 9679
Date: 2014-07-25

Author:Ruth Anne White

Subject:Could you please share this with the child maltreatment researchers' listserv

Thank you! Let me know if you have any questions. Ruth White, MSSA Executive Director National Center for Housing & Child Welfare 4707 Calvert Road College Park, MD 20740 phone 301-699-0151 toll free 866-790-6766 fax 301-699-0152 rwhite@nchcw.org www.nchcw.org Strengthening America's families through affordable housing. Call for Abstracts, Deadline Extended - August 18 CWLA Journal, Child Welfare In the decade since CWLA published Child Welfare's landmark special issue, Housing and Homelessness, the U.S. Children's Bureau increasingly has acknowledged the impact that poverty and housing instability have on public child welfare systems and the families they serve. The 2004 Special Issue also served to raise public awareness about the prevalence of homelessness among youth who age out of public systems of care and evidence-based programs available to serve them. As a result, communities nationwide have incorporated a broad array of housing and economic security features into their systems of care for families and youth aging out of foster care and a number of capable researchers have captured these trends. CWLA is now planning for a ten-year-anniversary Special Issue of Child Welfare, which intends to gather this research in one volume and again disseminate this vital and growing body of knowledge about housing and homelessness to the child welfare community. This Special Issue of Child Welfare invites articles that address issues of homelessness and affordable housing as they relate to families and youth involved with the child welfare system. In keeping with CWLA's National Blueprint for Excellence in Child Welfare, which aims to broaden responsibility for keeping children healthy, thriving, and safe beyond traditional child welfare agencies through partnerships with individuals, community groups, public housing authorities, city governments, and private organizations, this journal invites a wide variety of authors to submit their work. Prospective authors should write and submit an abstract that describes their article by COB on Monday, August 18, 2014. Abstracts should be 750 words, typed and double-spaced, and submitted to Rachel Adams, managing editor, at radams@cwla.org . Please use "Special Issue on Housing and Economic Security" as your subject line. Abstracts should clearly identify the topic of the article, the background and need for the article, the methodology used to address the topic, and a brief statement about the application of the knowledge gained from the article. We hope you will actively participate by sending in an abstract and/or sharing this notice with your research partners. For additional information, contact Rachel Adams at radams@cwla.org . Thank you for all that you do.

Thank you! Let me know if you have any questions. Ruth White, MSSA Executive Director National Center for Housing & Child Welfare 4707 Calvert Road College Park, MD 20740 phone 301-699-0151 toll free 866-790-6766 fax 301-699-0152 rwhitenchcw.org www.nchcw.org Strengthening America's families through affordable housing. Call for Abstracts, Deadline Extended - August 18 CWLA Journal, Child Welfare In the decade since CWLA published Child Welfare's landmark special issue, Housing and Homelessness, the U.S. Children's Bureau increasingly has acknowledged the impact that poverty and housing instability have on public child welfare systems and the families they serve. The 2004 Special Issue also served to raise public awareness about the prevalence of homelessness among youth who age out of public systems of care and evidence-based programs available to serve them. As a result, communities nationwide have incorporated a broad array of housing and economic security features into their systems of care for families and youth aging out of foster care and a number of capable researchers have captured these trends. CWLA is now planning for a ten-year-anniversary Special Issue of Child Welfare, which intends to gather this research in one volume and again disseminate this vital and growing body of knowledge about housing and homelessness to the child welfare community. This Special Issue of Child Welfare invites articles that address issues of homelessness and affordable housing as they relate to families and youth involved with the child welfare system. In keeping with CWLA's National Blueprint for Excellence in Child Welfare, which aims to broaden responsibility for keeping children healthy, thriving, and safe beyond traditional child welfare agencies through partnerships with individuals, community groups, public housing authorities, city governments, and private organizations, this journal invites a wide variety of authors to submit their work. Prospective authors should write and submit an abstract that describes their article by COB on Monday, August 18, 2014. Abstracts should be 750 words, typed and double-spaced, and submitted to Rachel Adams, managing editor, at radamscwla.org . Please use "Special Issue on Housing and Economic Security" as your subject line. Abstracts should clearly identify the topic of the article, the background and need for the article, the methodology used to address the topic, and a brief statement about the application of the knowledge gained from the article. We hope you will actively participate by sending in an abstract and/or sharing this notice with your research partners. For additional information, contact Rachel Adams at radamscwla.org . Thank you for all that you do.