Finding A Way Home Project

Project Term: 18 months; 2017-2019
Grant Amount: $75,000

To improve the placement outcomes and increase permanency for children who are in state custody because parental rights have been permanently revoked, the State of Montana Department of Child and Family Services established a memorandum of understanding with Child Bridge in July of 2017. This contract outlined a program entitled “Finding a Way Home” to allow Child Bridge to work in partnership with the state to achieve permanency for Montana children. While state social workers focus on permanency, it is often difficult to achieve due to factors including length of time in care, number of previous placements, age, and trauma-related behavior. The Finding a Way Home Project will utilize Child Bridge’s extensive database and network across Montana to recruit families for children who have experienced trauma and are in the permanent legal custody of the state.

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