Data & Statistics
Casey Family Programs Resources include data analysis and independent research of child welfare systems across America to support long-lasting improvements that safely reduce the need for foster care.
KIDS COUNT is the premier source for data on child and family well-being in the U.S. you may access hundreds of indicators, download data, and create reports and graphics on the KIDS COUNT Data Center that support smart decisions about children and families.
Founded in 2004, The Center for State Child Welfare Data is a partnership between state child welfare agencies, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago , the American Public Human Services Association, and the Center for Social Services Research, University of California at Berkeley.
Child Trends conducts research, analyzes data, and evaluates programs in areas of the child welfare field, including prevention of maltreatment, child protection, court oversight, foster care, kinship care, adoption, and youth leaving care.
The Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System (SACWIS) is a federally funded, yet voluntary, case management system. SACWIS is the record hub for all children and families receiving child welfare support and contains a complete case management history. SACWIS data is used to support the states' policy and practice, data requirements, and federal reporting.
Child Welfare Information Gateway provides reports, databases, and statistics and demographic data on children and families in the U.S., child abuse and neglect, child welfare services, children and youth in foster care, and domestic and international adoption.
Using information collected through various monitoring and reporting systems, the Children's Bureau analyzes and reports data on a variety of topics, including adoption, foster care, and child abuse and neglect.